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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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ROYAL ADELPHI THEATRE

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1874-1875

Edited by Frank McHugh and Gilbert B. Cross

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

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Seasonal Digest

Mme. Céleste made her final Adelphi appearances in October 1874, once again playing Miami in Buckstone's Green Bushes.  Reminiscing in 1925, Erroll Sherson wrote:

Miami was Céleste's great part and one which she played many hundred times.  I saw the play...with her in this part when she appeared for the last time in 1874 at the Adelphi.  She was then at least sixty years of age, if not more, but her acting was wonderful as the deserted Indian maiden; as was also that of Mrs. Billington, who was the Geraldine...Céleste, like many another actress, had got into the habit of advertising her "Very last appearance," and then a few years later taking another engagement and having another "very last."  Few old actresses have stood so many reappearances so well (London's Lost Theatres of the Nineteenth Century, p. 214).

Perhaps Sherson attended Mme. Céleste's farewell performances in more than one season, for in 1874 the Geraldine was not Mrs. Billington but Edith Stuart, whom elsewhere in his book Sherson describes as "an excellent dramatic artist" (p. 72).  Mrs. Billington did play Geraldine in 1870.

After a run of 13 nights, Green Bushes was succeeded by G. F. Rowe's Geneva Cross, said to have been performed 500 times previously in the United States.  This was a domestic drama set in the recent Franco-Prussian War.  The Times described Geneva Cross as "a piece of huge dimensions," received by the audience "with vehement applause."  It found in the play, however, "a strange lack of dramatic conciseness" and "reckless verbosity" and noted that the very long intervals between acts "caused occasional expressions of dissatisfaction" (19 October 1874, p. 8).  Like the Times, the Athenæum saw the play as a probable success with its scenes of warfare and its "strong if rather familiar situations."  It added, "There is, however, no passion or intensity, no dramatic grip or sequence" (24 October 1874, p. 554).  Both the Times and the Athenæum praised Marie Henderson (a famous Mazeppa), making her first appearance at the Adelphi.  Geneva Cross had a respectable run of more than seven weeks.  It was followed by Prayer in the Storm, with James Fernandez and Genevieve Ward in the roles which won them acclaim in the preceding season.

E. L. Blanchard and Thomas F. Greenwood wrote the elaborate Christmas pantomime The Children in the Wood, which played for about eight weeks.  John Cormack was the choreographer and Edwin Ellis, the composer.  A large array of nursery characters predominated in this piece, not only the children in the wood but also "Father Aesop and Cock Robin and Jenny Wren, and Mother Bunch and Dame Trot and the Old Woman who lived in a shoe, to say nothing of her family and a host of other well-known characters, which have nothing in the world to do with the story but a very great deal to do with our amusement" (Times, 28 December 1874, p. 4).  The traditional pantomime figures appeared as well:  Miss Parry and Miss St. Pierre were Columbines; Edward Dean, Harlequin; A. Forrest, Clown, and Paulo, Pantaloon.

In January, Buckstone's Dream at Sea was revived.  The Times found it typical of Adelphi plays of forty years earlier, "sensational and wildly improbable" (11 January 1875, p. 4).  The Athenæum agreed, "yet the play has stuff in it.  It is even, in its way, a miracle of ingenuity, and we watch it with something of the interest inspired by an acrobat who keeps himself poised on a rolling ball, and whirls knives and forks around his head and shoulders."  However, if the Athenæum was merely bemused, the audience was intent:  "So genuine... is the interest that the audience listens still with rapt attention, and the Adelphi gallery howls forth thunders of applause" (16 January 1875, p. 95).

Uncle Tom's Cabin played in February but was withdrawn after two weeks.  It may have failed for two reasons, the Times suggested:  "the abolition of slavery in America has taken from Uncle Tom's Cabin the special interest it once possessed, and the frequent change of scenes may not be viewed with favor at a time when a desire for something like unity of place is apparent" (15 February 1875, p. 8).  Adelphi audiences saw many new faces in Lancashire Lass and Lost in London, which immediately followed Uncle Tom's CabinLost in London was written by Watts Phillips, who had died in the winter of 1874.  He was somewhat of an Adelphi writer.  His first play was produced at the Adelphi and his Dead Heart, starring Benjamin Webster, played there many times.  The new faces were from the cast of Lost in London, which had been at the Princess's Theatre and was now brought over to the Adelphi.  Many of them later appeared in Nicholas Nickleby.

The one great popular success of this season was Andrew Halliday's version of Nicholas Nickleby.  It played for some 175 evenings.  The Times called the play an "immense success" (22 March 1875, p. 8).  The Athenæum, called the Adelphi's cast "as satisfactory as the present generation is likely to see" (22 March, p. 436).  It considered George Belmore's Newman Noggs "unsurpassed by any previous performance in the same line, not forgetting the famous representation of Mr. O. Smith" (p. 435).

Erroll Sherson held an equally high opinion of George Belmore (George Garstin), "one of the cleverest actors that the London stage had seen since the death of Robson and of much the same style...He was a great character actor whose equal would be very hard to find on the stage today" (pp. 190-91).

An extended benefit took place in March for the widow and five children of James Crabb, a member of the London Society of Compositors.  He had died of phthisis.  A bill of March 22 says the benefit was to last from "Monday to Saturday, 22nd and [sic] 27 March, inclusive."  There would not be a performance on March 26, which was Good Friday.  The goal was to raise enough money to "place his widow in some business."

In the spring and while Nicholas Nickleby continued, the Vokes family brightened the Adelphi program.  The Vokes were famous for their dancing in the Drury Lane pantomimes.  This year at the Adelphi they appeared in four pieces, two of them written especially for them by E. L. Blanchard.  Sherson describes a third piece, Fun in a Fog, which they performed again in 1879 at the Aquarium Theatre, as "a rough sort of 'tumble and trip' entertainment, something like what is called a Revue in England" (London's Lost Theatres, p. 299).

The Adelphi stayed open through the summer and into the fall of 1875.

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Daily Calendar for 1874-1875


3 October 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (1)

Title Comment:  based on Scribe's Michel et Christine

Author: [John H. Payne]

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Next 5 October 1874

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Next 5 October 1874

Genre:  (Drama) great Adelphi drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George (his younger brother): A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh (horse-jobber, piper, and general dealer): Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
(Irish boys)
      Ned Keogh: P. White
      Darby Donovan: Thorne
      Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine (wife to Connor O'Kennedy): Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil (her foster sister): Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois (a French officer): Hall
Muster Grinnidge (proprietor of a travelling caravan): Brittain Wright
Jack Gong (his man): F[rank] Barsby
(Indians)
      Rattlesnake: Edwin
      Little Bear: Thomas
Miami (the huntress of the Mississippi): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail (a squaw): Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis (a blacksmith): J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen (a child, seven years old): Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

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5 October 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (2)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 3 October 1874; Next 6 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 3 October 1874; Next 6 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

6 October 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (3)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 5 October 1874; Next 7 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 5 October 1874; Next 7 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

7 October 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (4)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 6 October 1874; Next 8 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 6 October 1874; Next 8 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

8 October 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (5)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 7 October 1874; Next 9 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 7 October 1874; Next 9 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

9 October 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (6)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 8 October 1874; Next 10 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 8 October 1874; Next 10 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

10 October 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 9 October 1874; Next 12 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (7)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 9 October 1874; Next 12 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

12 October 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 10 October 1874; Next 13 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (8)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 10 October 1874; Next 13 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

13 October 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 12 October 1874; Next 14 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (9)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 12 October 1874; Next 14 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

14 October 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 13 October 1874; Next 15 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (10)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 13 October 1874; Next 15 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

15 October 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 14 October 1874; Next 16 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (11)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 14 October 1874; Next 16 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

16 October 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1874
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Mme. Céline Céleste

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

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 15 October 1874

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: James Fernandez
George: A. C. Lilly
Wild Murtogh: Augustus Glover
Paddy Kelly: E. Tomlin
Ned Keogh: P. White
Darby Donovan: Thorne
Tim O'Toole: Rennie
Geraldine: Miss Edith Stuart
Nelly O'Neil: Miss Hudspeth
Captain Dartois: Hall
Muster Grinnidge: Brittain Wright
Jack Gong: F[rank] Barsby
Rattlesnake: Edwin
Little Bear: Thomas
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Clara Jecks
Dennis: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Larry: [Charles] Wilmot
servant to George: [William F.?] Bryer
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Jackson
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Hazle
Mrs. Gong: Miss Clara Jecks
Meg: Mrs. W. H. Stoker
Louise: Miss A. Brown

2)  Love in Humble Life (12)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 15 October 1874; Next 17 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

Illustration: The Geneva Cross  [1st Performance Oct 17, 1874]


 
Title:The Geneva Cross
Description:The Geneva Cross by George F. Rowe.  Act IV: a casemate in the forts.
1st Performance:Oct 17, 1874
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News, Nov 7, 1874, p. 448
Review:The Illustrated London News, Nov 24, 1874, p. 398

 

ADELPHI.

It is not too often that Mr. G. F. Rowe makes his appeal to the public from the stage.  His impersonation of Micawber would induce us to desire that his personal appearance there were frequently possible; but the actor-author has shaped out for himself an independent course, which sets him apart for rare occasions.  As a dramatist, he has strong practical claims, which are well supported by the new piece he produced here on Saturday, entitled "The Geneva Cross."  This is just such a theme and title as we should have expected from him.  It is illustrative of the late Franco-German war and has been already favourably received in the United States.  The action commences with the cannon-foundry of Pierre Le Brun, near Auxerre, and we are first presented with the workmen of the establishment, and in particular one Riel (Mr. H. Sinclair), for whom a certain letter is intended which falls into the hands of a rival, the overseer, Mathieu Moineau (Mr. A. Glover), who also loves Gabrielle Le Brun (Miss Marie Henderson), and whose hand has been promised to him by her father.  Moineau, retaining Riel's letter in his possession, denounces him as a spy, and occasions his dismissal; but Gabrielle more than once intercedes and gets him replaced.  In the second act, Gabrielle’s birthday is celebrated, and Riel is charged to place a floral crown upon her head and benefits by the opportunity to declare his love.  An exciting scene of quarrel follows, in which Riel appears in improved colours, for Riel declares himself to be Riel do Bourg, a nobleman, yet willing to wed a burgher's daughter.  Riel is, in fact, a Prussian student in search of experience.  He is, moreover, solicited by an unknown agent to reveal the secrets of the foundry, and, on his refusal, is threatened with mischief.  By this time the war has broken out, the popular cry is "To Berlin!" and Gabrielle, in the midst of the crowd, musket in hand, partakes of the general enthusiasm.  An interval occurs before the third act opens.  The incident at Sedan has happened, and the inhabitants of Paris, suffering from the siege, are perishing of famine.  The house of Pierre Le Brun shelters that worthy himself, also Gabrielle and her husband, Riel, who, to avoid fighting against his own countrymen, adopts the Geneva cross, which entitles him to devote himself to the sick and wounded.  Nevertheless, he is not allowed to withdraw so easily from service.  Moineau, who commands a regiment, orders him at once to join it; whereupon he feels compelled to reveal to his wife his Prussian nationality.  At first she shrinks from him, but afterwards aids in his escape.  Gabrielle for this act is, with her father, consigned to prison and condemned to die.  Such is the situation of affairs at the commencement of the fourth act.  Martago (Miss Edith Stuart) comes to the rescue of her foster-sister, Gabrielle, but Moineau continues revengeful, and her father is just about to be dragged away to death when the bombardment shatters the walls, and Riel, with a multitude of Prussians, rushes in.  Moineau falls by a stray shot, and the victorious Riel clasps his wife, while the Prussian flag is planted in triumph, and the curtain falls on a scene of military brilliance and confusion.  That a piece so full of interest and action, notwithstanding some serious shortcomings and many tedious situations, should have thoroughly succeeded is not at all surprising.  Mr. Rowe has added to his laurels by its production.


17 October 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (13)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 16 October 1874; Next 19 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (1)

Title Comment:  "Performed for 500 times with great success in the principal cities of the United States of America" (bill)

Author: George F. Rowe; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Next 19 October 1874

Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Pierre Le Brun (foundry proprietor): W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau (overseer): A[ugustus] Glover
(workmen)
      Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
      Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
      Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: H[oward] Russell
Jean Raba (foundry gatekeeper): E. Butler
Spadassin (sergeant of mobiles): J[ames] Fernandez
Antoine (letter carrier): H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun (Pierre's daughter): Miss Marie Henderson (1st app here)
Martago (Gabrielle's foster sister): Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre (Pierre's sister): Miss Hughes
Fraizette (the little mother): Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

Spectacle

Scenery Description

General, Dance


19 October 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (14)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 17 October 1874; Next 20 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (2)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 17 October 1874; Next 20 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

20 October 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (15)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 19 October 1874; Next 21 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (3)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 19 October 1874; Next 21 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

21 October 1874
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

Charity: Hospital Saturday

1)  The Geneva Cross (4)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 20 October 1874; Next 21 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

General, Advertisement


21 October 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (16)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 20 October 1874; Next 22 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (5)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 21 October 1874; Next 22 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

22 October 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (17)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 21 October 1874; Next 23 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (6)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 21 October 1874; Next 23 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

23 October 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (18)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 22 October 1874; Next 24 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (7)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 22 October 1874; Next 24 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

24 October 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (19)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 23 October 1874; Next 26 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (8)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 23 October 1874; Next 26 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

26 October 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (20)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 24 October 1874; Next 27 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (9)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 24 October 1874; Next 27 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

27 October 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (21)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 26 October 1874; Next 28 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (10)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 26 October 1874; Next 28 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

28 October 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (22)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 27 October 1874; Next 29 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (11)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 27 October 1874; Next 29 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

29 October 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (23)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 28 October 1874; Next 30 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (12)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 28 October 1874; Next 30 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

30 October 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (24)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 29 October 1874; Next 31 October 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (13)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 29 October 1874; Next 31 October 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

31 October 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (25)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 30 October 1874; Next 2 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (14)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 30 October 1874; Next 2 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

2 November 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (26)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 31 October 1874; Next 3 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (15)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 31 October 1874; Next 3 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

3 November 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (27)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 2 November 1874; Next 4 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (16)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 2 November 1874; Next 4 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

4 November 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (28)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 3 November 1874; Next 5 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (17)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 3 November 1874; Next 5 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

5 November 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (29)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 4 November 1874; Next 6 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (18)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 4 November 1874; Next 6 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

6 November 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (30)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 5 November 1874; Next 7 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (19)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 5 November 1874; Next 7 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

7 November 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (31)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 6 November 1874; Next 9 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (20)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 6 November 1874; Next 9 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

9 November 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (32)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 7 November 1874; Next 10 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (21)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 7 November 1874; Next 10 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

10 November 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (33)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 9 November 1874; Next 11 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (22)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 9 November 1874; Next 11 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

11 November 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (34)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 10 November 1874; Next 12 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (23)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 10 November 1874; Next 12 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

12 November 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (35)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 11 November 1874; Next 13 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (24)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 11 November 1874; Next 13 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

13 November 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (36)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 12 November 1874; Next 14 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (25)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 12 November 1874; Next 14 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

14 November 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (37)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 13 November 1874; Next 16 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (26)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 13 November 1874; Next 16 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

16 November 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (38)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 14 November 1874; Next 17 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (27)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 14 November 1874; Next 17 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

17 November 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (39)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 16 November 1874; Next 18 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (28)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 16 November 1874; Next 18 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

18 November 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (40)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 17 November 1874; Next 19 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (29)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 17 November 1874; Next 19 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

19 November 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (41)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 18 November 1874; Next 20 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (30)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 18 November 1874; Next 20 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

20 November 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (42)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 19 November 1874; Next 21 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (31)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 19 November 1874; Next 21 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

21 November 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (43)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 20 November 1874; Next 23 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (32)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 20 November 1874; Next 23 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

23 November 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (44)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 21 November 1874; Next 24 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (33)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 21 November 1874; Next 24 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

24 November 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (45)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 23 November 1874; Next 25 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (34)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 23 November 1874; Next 25 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

25 November 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (46)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 24 November 1874; Next 26 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (35)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 24 November 1874; Next 26 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

26 November 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (47)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 25 November 1874; Next 27 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (36)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 25 November 1874; Next 27 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

27 November 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (48)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 26 November 1874; Next 28 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (37)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 26 November 1874; Next 28 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: H[enry] Sinclair
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: James Fernandez
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

28 November 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (49)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 27 November 1874; Next 30 November 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (38)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 27 November 1874; Next 30 November 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

Cast Changes:

BUT  Riel de Bourg: J[ames] Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)
  Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby (replaces J[ames] Fernandez)

30 November 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (50)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 28 November 1874; Next 1 December 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (39)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 28 November 1874; Next 1 December 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

1 December 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (51)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 30 November 1874; Next 2 December 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (40)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 30 November 1874; Next 2 December 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

2 December 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (52)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 1 December 1874; Next 3 December 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (41)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 1 December 1874; Next 3 December 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

3 December 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (53)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 2 December 1874; Next 4 December 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (42)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 2 December 1874; Next 4 December 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

4 December 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love in Humble Life (54)

Performances:  First 3 October 1874; Previous 3 December 1874

Cast:

Carlitz: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Ronslaus: Howard Russell
Brandt: White
Christine: Miss Edith Stuart
 

2)  The Geneva Cross (43)

Performances:  First 17 October 1874; Previous 3 December 1874

Cast:

Pierre Le Brun: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mathieu Moineau: Augustus Glover
Riel de Bourg: James Fernandez
Simon Cornichet: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Pontarme: F[rank] Moreland
The Unknown: Howard Russell
Jean Raba: E. Butler
Spadassin: F[rank] Barsby
Antoine: H[arwood] Cooper
Mlle. Gabrielle Le Brun: Miss Marie Henderson
Martago: Miss Edith Stuart
Mlle. Cassandre: Miss Hughes
Fraizette: Miss Hudspeth
Margot: Miss Annie Cooper

5 December 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (1)

Title Comment:  The program gives the title in numbers. Nicoll lists it as 452.12.6, anonymous author, starting at the Adelphi on 17/11/74

Author: John Oxenford

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Next 7 December 1874

Genre:  (Farce) arithmetical comedy; 1 act

First Night Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: Harwood Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Title Comment:  billed as Prayer in the Storm; or, The Thirst for Gold; (the title was changed in the 1873-1874 season, but we retain the original); first performed at the Adelphi 5/12/53; adapted from La Priere des Naufrages

Author: [Benjamin N. Webster]

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Next 7 December 1874

Genre:  (Drama) powerful romantic and sensational drama; 5 tableaux

First Night Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot (otherwise Putney Bill): F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus (ship's carpenter): Augustus Glover
(sailors)
      Morue: Thomas
      Requin: J. Morris
      Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery (secretary): Harwood Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie (a child): Miss Louise

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description


7 December 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (2)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 5 December 1874; Next 8 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 5 December 1874; Next 8 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

8 December 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (3)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 7 December 1874; Next 9 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 7 December 1874; Next 9 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

9 December 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (4)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 8 December 1874; Next 10 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 8 December 1874; Next 10 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

10 December 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (5)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 9 December 1874; Next 11 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 9 December 1874; Next 11 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

11 December 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (6)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 10 December 1874; Next 12 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 10 December 1874; Next 12 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

12 December 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (7)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 11 December 1874; Next 14 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 11 December 1874; Next 14 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

General, Dance


14 December 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (8)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 12 December 1874; Next 15 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 12 December 1874; Next 15 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

15 December 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (9)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 14 December 1874; Next 16 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 14 December 1874; Next 16 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

16 December 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (10)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 15 December 1874; Next 17 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 15 December 1874; Next 17 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

17 December 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (11)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 16 December 1874; Next 18 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 16 December 1874; Next 18 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

18 December 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (12)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 17 December 1874; Next 19 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 17 December 1874; Next 19 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

19 December 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1874
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (13)

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 18 December 1874

Cast:

M. Lesombre: Augustus Glover
Mr. Jolliboy: Joseph Robins
Mr. Jorkins: A. C. Lilly
Mr. Cimberton: H[arwood] Cooper
Simmons: P. White
Madame Lesombre: Miss Kemp
Harriet: Miss Alma Murray
Prudence: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 18 December 1874; Next 24 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

21 December 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren


22 December 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren


23 December 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren

Illustration: Cameron, Violet (1862-1919): Actress, Singer  [1st Performance Dec 24, 1874]


 
Title:Cameron, Violet (1862-1919): Actress, Singer
Description:Cameron, Violet (1862-1919): Made her debut at the age of nine.  Five years later, she appeared at the Adelphi in the pantomime: Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren.  She had a successful stage career in pantomime, burlesque and opera bouffe productions.
1st Performance:Dec 24, 1874
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violet_Cameron, Dec 24, 1874

24 December 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 19 December 1874; Next 26 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: Thomas
Requin: J. Morris
Splice: E. Tomlin
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; licensed simply as The Children in the Wood

Author: [Edward L. Blanchard]; Author: [Thomas L. Greenwood]; Choreographer: John Cormack; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Next 26 December 1874

Genre:  (Pantomime) entirely new old English comic Christmas pantomime written expressly for the amusement of children; 8 scenes

First Night Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
(courtiers and attendants)
      the wolf: "Miss Worry"
      the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
      the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
      the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy (Dame Trot's cat): Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
(Children in the Wood)
      Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
      Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen (their pretty governess): Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart (young soldier): Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine (1): Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza

Cast Commentary

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Dance Commentary

Entertainment

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Scenery

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description


25 December 1874
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1874
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (2)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 24 December 1874; Next 26 December 1874

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

General, Commentary


26 December 1874
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 24 December 1874; Next 28 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

Cast Changes:

BUT  Morue: E. Tomlin (replaces Thomas)
  Requin: Thomas (replaces J. Morris)
  Splice: J. Morris (replaces E. Tomlin)

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (3)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 26 December 1874; Next 28 December 1874

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

28 December 1874
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 26 December 1874; Next 29 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (4)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 26 December 1874; Next 29 December 1874

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

29 December 1874
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 28 December 1874; Next 30 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (5)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 28 December 1874; Next 30 December 1874

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

30 December 1874
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 29 December 1874; Next 31 December 1874

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (6)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 29 December 1874; Next 31 December 1874

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

31 December 1874
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 30 December 1874; Next 1 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (7)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 30 December 1874; Next 1 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

1 January 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 31 December 1874; Next 2 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (8)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 31 December 1874; Next 2 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2 January 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 December 1874
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 1 January 1875; Next 4 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (9)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 1 January 1875; Next 4 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

4 January 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 2 January 1875; Next 5 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (10)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 2 January 1875; Next 5 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

5 January 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 4 January 1875; Next 6 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (11)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 4 January 1875; Next 6 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

6 January 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 5 January 1875; Next 7 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (12)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 5 January 1875; Next 7 January 1875

Time:  7:00

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

General, Commentary


7 January 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 6 January 1875; Next 8 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (13)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 6 January 1875; Next 8 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

8 January 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 5 December 1874; Previous 7 January 1875

Cast:

Pedro: James Fernandez
Jules de Valois: Howard Russell
Guillot: F[rank] Moreland
Henri de Belcour: F[rank] Barsby
Roland de Feval: J[ames] G. Shore
Porpus: Augustus Glover
Morue: E. Tomlin
Requin: Thomas
Splice: J. Morris
D'Aubery: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Hall
intendant: T. Webber
Blanche de Valois: Miss Genevieve Ward
Unarita: Miss Genevieve Ward
Countess de Brissac: Miss Edith Stuart
Adele: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Marie: Miss Louise

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (14)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 7 January 1875; Next 9 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

9 January 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (1)

Author: John B. Buckstone

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Next 11 January 1875

Genre:  (Romantic drama) romantic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Trevanion (wealthy mine-owner): Howard Russell
Richard Penderall (Trevanion's nephew): A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood (fisherman): James Fernandez
Black Ralph (a wrecker): W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker (overseer and tax-collector): Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle (village muffin-man): James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
(wreckers)
      Trewoof: E. Tomlin
      Michael: P. White
      Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret (Ralph's wife): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

Cast Commentary

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (15)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 8 January 1875; Next 11 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

11 January 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (2)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 9 January 1875; Next 12 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (16)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 9 January 1875; Next 12 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

12 January 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (3)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 11 January 1875; Next 13 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (17)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 11 January 1875; Next 13 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

13 January 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (18)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 12 January 1875; Next 14 January 1875

Time:  7:00

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (4)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 12 January 1875; Next 14 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


14 January 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (5)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 13 January 1875; Next 15 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (19)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 13 January 1875; Next 15 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

15 January 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (20)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 14 January 1875; Next 16 January 1875

Time:  7:00

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (6)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 14 January 1875; Next 16 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


16 January 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (7)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 15 January 1875; Next 18 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (21)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 15 January 1875; Next 18 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

18 January 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1875
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Dream at Sea (8)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 16 January 1875; Next 19 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (22)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 16 January 1875; Next 19 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

19 January 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1875
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Dream at Sea (9)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 18 January 1875; Next 20 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (23)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 18 January 1875; Next 20 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

20 January 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1875
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (24)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 19 January 1875; Next 21 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (10)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 19 January 1875; Next 21 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


21 January 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1875
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Dream at Sea (11)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 20 January 1875; Next 22 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (25)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 20 January 1875; Next 22 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

22 January 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1875
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (26)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 21 January 1875; Next 23 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (12)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 21 January 1875; Next 23 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


23 January 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (13)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 22 January 1875; Next 25 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (27)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 22 January 1875; Next 25 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

25 January 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (14)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 23 January 1875; Next 26 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (28)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 23 January 1875; Next 26 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

26 January 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (15)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 25 January 1875; Next 27 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (29)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 25 January 1875; Next 27 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

27 January 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (30)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 26 January 1875; Next 28 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (16)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 26 January 1875; Next 28 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


28 January 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (17)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 27 January 1875; Next 29 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (31)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 27 January 1875; Next 29 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

29 January 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (32)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 28 January 1875; Next 30 January 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (18)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 28 January 1875; Next 30 January 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


30 January 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Dream at Sea (19)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 29 January 1875; Next 1 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (33)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 29 January 1875; Next 1 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

1 February 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (20)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 30 January 1875; Next 2 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (34)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 30 January 1875; Next 2 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2 February 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (21)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 1 February 1875; Next 3 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (35)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 1 February 1875; Next 3 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

3 February 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1875
advertisement
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1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (36)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 2 February 1875; Next 4 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (22)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 2 February 1875; Next 4 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


4 February 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (23)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 3 February 1875; Next 5 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (37)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 3 February 1875; Next 5 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

5 February 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (38)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 4 February 1875; Next 6 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

2)  The Dream at Sea (24)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 4 February 1875; Next 6 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

General, Commentary


6 February 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (25)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 5 February 1875; Next 8 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (39)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 5 February 1875; Next 8 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

8 February 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (26)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 6 February 1875; Next 9 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (40)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 6 February 1875; Next 9 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

9 February 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (27)

Performances:  First 9 January 1875; Previous 8 February 1875

Cast:

Trevanion: Howard Russell
Richard Penderall: A. C. Lilly
Launce Linwood: James Fernandez
Black Ralph: W[illiam] McIntyre
Alley Croaker: Augustus Glover
Tommy Tinkle: James Fawn
Williams: [C. H.?] Frome
Trewoof: E. Tomlin
Michael: P. White
Red Norris: E. Butler
Anne Trevanion: Miss Edith Stuart
Biddy Nutts: Miss Hudspeth
Margaret: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ralph's children:
      Miss Smith
      Master Staines

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (41)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 8 February 1875; Next 11 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

10 February 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


11 February 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (1)

Title Comment:  Piece billed under subtitle but is a revival of the 1852 play

Author: [Tom Taylor]; Author: [Mark Lemon]; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Author Commentary:  Authorship mentioned in Times, Feb 15, 1875, p. 8

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Next 12 February 1875

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Shelby (corn and tobacco planter): F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree (cotton planter): W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris (quadroon slave): Henry Sinclair
Uncle Tom (Negro slave): Howard Russell
Sol (a driver): F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker (slave hunter): Beattie
Skunk (landlord of the "Jefferson's Head"): [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo (Negro slave driver): T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo (slave driver): P[aul] Pietro
Adolph (quadroon slave): P. White
Sam (Negro): Harwood Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry (Eliza's child, a mustee slave): Master Harry Grattan
(Uncle Tom's children)
      Mose: Miss Louise
      Peto: Master Gates
Cassy (quadroon slave): Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby (lady from the North): Miss Kemp
Eliza (mustee slave): Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy (a Negro): Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe (Negro, wife to Tom): Miss S[ylvia] Hodson
Rosa (mulatto slave): Miss Cicely Nott

Cast Commentary

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (42)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 9 February 1875; Next 12 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

12 February 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (2)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 11 February 1875; Next 13 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (43)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 11 February 1875; Next 13 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

13 February 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (3)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 12 February 1875; Next 15 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (44)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 12 February 1875; Next 15 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

15 February 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (4)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 13 February 1875; Next 16 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (45)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 13 February 1875; Next 16 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

16 February 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (5)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 15 February 1875; Next 17 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (46)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 15 February 1875; Next 17 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

17 February 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (6)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 16 February 1875; Next 18 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (47)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 16 February 1875; Next 18 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

18 February 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (7)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 17 February 1875; Next 19 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (48)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 17 February 1875; Next 19 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

19 February 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (8)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 18 February 1875; Next 20 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

2)  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (49)

Performances:  First 24 December 1874; Previous 18 February 1875

Cast:

Old Father Aesop: F[rank] Moreland
the wolf: "Miss Worry"
the lamb: "Miss Poorchap"
the fox: "Miss Grumgrowl"
the grapes: "Miss Verysour"
Mistletoe: Miss Edith Stuart
Mistletoe's Christmas attendants:
      "Miss Holly"
      "Miss Folly"
      "Miss Jolly"
Cock Robin: Master A. Forrest
Cock Sparrow: Master F. Forrest
Jenny Wren: Miss Louise
Little Mag: Miss Katie Logan
Mother Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Dame Trot: E. Tomlin
Tommy: Master Belmore
white mare: Master F. Forrest
Sir Gabriel Grimwood: James Fawn
Willie Goodchild: Miss Amalia
Alice Goodchild: Miss [Violet] Cameron
Barbara Allen: Miss Hudspeth
Walter Trueheart: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Daddy Jacky: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Jacky's small family:
      "Master Grubbub"
      "Master Softheart"
      "Master Lovemilk"
      "Master Chopstick"
      "Master Honeysuck"
      "Master Losenob"
      "Master Livebait"
      "Master Huglug"
      "Master Frizzle"
      "Master Mizzle"
old woman of Surrey: "Mrs. Hurry Scurry"
old woman of Leeds: "Mrs. Tenderheart"
old woman of Norwich: "Mrs. Lovemilk"
old woman of Nothing-at-all: "Mrs. Littlebody"
old woman in basket: "Mrs. Flybynight"
old woman who lived in a shoe: "Mrs. Merrymother"
Lady Chief Justice Bunch: F[rank] Barsby
Harlequin: Edward Dean
Columbine: Miss Parry
Second Columbine: Miss St. Pierre
Clown: A. Forrest
Pantaloon: [James] Paulo
Hungarian dancers:
      Herr Holzer
      Signora Spinza
oranges, lemons, pancakes, fritters, half-pence, farthings: Unlisted
belles in the metropolis: Unlisted

20 February 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The White Hat (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Next 22 February 1875

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (9)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 19 February 1875; Next 22 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

22 February 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The White Hat (2)

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Previous 20 February 1875; Next 23 February 1875

Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      E. Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal performers: E. Phillips
OMITS  principal performers: Miss E[leanor] Phillips

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (10)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 20 February 1875; Next 23 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

23 February 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The White Hat (3)

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Previous 22 February 1875; Next 24 February 1875

Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      E. Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (11)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 22 February 1875; Next 24 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

24 February 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The White Hat (4)

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Previous 23 February 1875; Next 25 February 1875

Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      E. Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (12)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 23 February 1875; Next 25 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

25 February 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The White Hat (5)

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Previous 24 February 1875; Next 26 February 1875

Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      E. Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (13)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 24 February 1875; Next 26 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

26 February 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The White Hat (6)

Performances:  First 20 February 1875; Previous 25 February 1875

Cast:

principal performers:
      Brittain Wright
      F[rank] Moreland
      R. W. Hall
      E. Phillips
      Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (14)

Performances:  First 11 February 1875; Previous 25 February 1875

Cast:

Mr. Shelby: F[rank] Barsby
Simon Legree: W[illiam] McIntyre
George Harris: H[enry] Sinclair
Uncle Tom: Howard Russell
Sol: F[rank] Moreland
Tom Loker: Beattie
Skunk: [C. H.?] Frome
Sambo: T[homas] Thorne
Quimbo: P[aul] Pietro
Adolph: P. White
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
driver: E. Tomlin
Harry: Master Harry Grattan
Mose: Miss Louise
Peto: Master Gates
Cassy: Miss Marie Henderson
Mrs. Shelby: Miss Kemp
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Topsy: Miss Hudspeth
Aunt Chloe: Miss Sylvia Hodson
Rosa: Miss Cicely Nott

Illustration: Foote, Lydia (1843-1892): Actress  [1st Performance Feb 27, 1875]


 
Title:Foote, Lydia (1843-1892): Actress
Description:Foote, Lydia (1843-1892): Lydia Foote made her debut at the age of nine.  She appeared at the Adelphi in the 1870s.  Her first notable appearance was as Smike in Nicholas Nickleby.  She originated the role of Midge in Boucicault’s Rescued (1879) which, according to the bill, was first performed at Booth's Theatre, New York, on 4 September, 1879.
1st Performance:Feb 27, 1875
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Foote, Feb 27, 1875

27 February 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (1)

Author: Henry J. Byron

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Next 1 March 1875

Genre:  (Drama) drama; prol, 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Kirby (old Lancashire farmer): [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville (merchant): J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson (from abroad): S[amuel A.] Emery (his original character)
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder (Redburn's clerk): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick (keeper of the Egremont lock-up): F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan (of the Detective Force): [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (1)

Title Comment:  last scene only

Author: Watts Phillips

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Next 1 March 1875

Genre:  (Drama) drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone (owner of Bleakmoor Mine): J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader (Featherstone's friend): P[ercy] C. Beverley
(miners)
      Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
      Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
      Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
      Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker (London tiger): G[eorge G.] Belmore
Thomas (footman): [Ernest] Travers
Tops (postboy): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

Scenery Description

General, Commentary


1 March 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (2)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 27 February 1875; Next 2 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (2)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 27 February 1875; Next 2 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

2 March 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (3)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 1 March 1875; Next 3 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (3)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 1 March 1875; Next 3 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

3 March 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (4)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 2 March 1875; Next 4 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (4)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 2 March 1875; Next 4 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

4 March 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (5)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 3 March 1875; Next 5 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (5)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 3 March 1875; Next 5 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

5 March 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (6)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 4 March 1875; Next 6 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (6)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 4 March 1875; Next 6 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

6 March 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lancashire Lass (7)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 5 March 1875; Next 8 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (7)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 5 March 1875; Next 8 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

8 March 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (8)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 6 March 1875; Next 9 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (8)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 6 March 1875; Next 9 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

9 March 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (9)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 8 March 1875; Next 10 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (9)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 8 March 1875; Next 10 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

10 March 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (10)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 9 March 1875; Next 11 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (10)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 9 March 1875; Next 11 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

11 March 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (11)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 10 March 1875; Next 12 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (11)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 10 March 1875; Next 12 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

12 March 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (12)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 11 March 1875; Next 13 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (12)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 11 March 1875; Next 13 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

13 March 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lancashire Lass (13)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 12 March 1875; Next 15 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (13)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 12 March 1875; Next 15 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

15 March 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1875
advertisement
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1)  The Lancashire Lass (14)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 13 March 1875; Next 16 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (14)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 13 March 1875; Next 16 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

16 March 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1875
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1)  The Lancashire Lass (15)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 15 March 1875; Next 17 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (15)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 15 March 1875; Next 17 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

17 March 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1875
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1)  The Lancashire Lass (16)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 16 March 1875; Next 18 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (16)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 16 March 1875; Next 18 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

18 March 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1875
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1)  The Lancashire Lass (17)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 17 March 1875; Next 19 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (17)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 17 March 1875; Next 19 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

19 March 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1875
advertisement
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1)  The Lancashire Lass (18)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 18 March 1875

Cast:

Kirby: [F.] B. Egan
Mr. Danville: J[ames] G. Shore
Party by the name of Johnson: S[amuel A.] Emery
Mr. Redburn: J[ames] B. Howard
Milder: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Jellick: F[rederick C.] Dewar
Ned Clayton: C[harles] H. Fenton
Spotty: George G. Belmore
Serjeant Donovan: [W.?] S. Parkes
Kitely: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Phil. Andrews: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Black Dan: E[rnest] Travers
postman: Bush
sailors, bushrangers: Unlisted
Fanny Danville: Miss Alma Murray
Ruth Kirby: Miss Lydia Foote
Kate Garstone: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  Lost in London (18)

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 18 March 1875; Next 14 April 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

20 March 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (1)

Author: [William E. Suter]

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Next 22 March 1875

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Moggridge (a victim to the green-eyed monster): [Frank] Moreland
Harry Fielding (rather prepossessing and rather fast): J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf (of the "People's Teapot, " Sarah's Young Man): James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge (a sympathetic mamma): Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta (the admired and admirer of Harry): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs (maid-of-all-work, with a strong antipathy to white hats): Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Andrew Halliday

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Next 22 March 1875

Genre:  (Drama); 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Scenery

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Next 22 March 1875

Genre:  (Farce) laughable interlude

First Night Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs (a doctor's assistant): Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins (hairdresser): Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb (lady's maid): Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary (housemaid): Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara (scullery maid): Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

Cast Commentary


22 March 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Widow and children of James G. Crabb

1)  Sarah's Young Man (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 March 1875; Next 23 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 March 1875; Next 23 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 March 1875; Next 23 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

23 March 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Widow and children of James G. Crabb

1)  Sarah's Young Man (3)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 March 1875; Next 24 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (3)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 March 1875; Next 24 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (3)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 March 1875; Next 24 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

24 March 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Widow and children of James G. Crabb

1)  Sarah's Young Man (4)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 March 1875; Next 25 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (4)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 March 1875; Next 25 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (4)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 March 1875; Next 25 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

25 March 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Widow and children of James G. Crabb

1)  Sarah's Young Man (5)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 March 1875; Next 27 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (5)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 March 1875; Next 27 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (5)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 March 1875; Next 27 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

26 March 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


27 March 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Widow and children of James G. Crabb

1)  Sarah's Young Man (6)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 March 1875; Next 29 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (6)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 March 1875; Next 29 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (6)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 March 1875; Next 29 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

29 March 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (7)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 March 1875; Next 30 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (7)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 March 1875; Next 30 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (7)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 March 1875; Next 30 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

30 March 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (8)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 March 1875; Next 31 March 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (8)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 March 1875; Next 31 March 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (8)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 March 1875; Next 31 March 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

31 March 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 March 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (9)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 March 1875; Next 1 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (9)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 March 1875; Next 1 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (9)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 March 1875; Next 1 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

1 April 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (10)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 March 1875; Next 2 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (10)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 March 1875; Next 2 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (10)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 March 1875; Next 2 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

2 April 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (11)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 April 1875; Next 3 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (11)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 April 1875; Next 3 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (11)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 April 1875; Next 3 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

3 April 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (12)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 April 1875; Next 5 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (12)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 April 1875; Next 5 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (12)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 April 1875; Next 5 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

5 April 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (13)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 April 1875; Next 6 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (13)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 April 1875; Next 6 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (13)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 April 1875; Next 6 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

6 April 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (14)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 April 1875; Next 7 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (14)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 April 1875; Next 7 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (14)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 April 1875; Next 7 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

7 April 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (15)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 April 1875; Next 8 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (15)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 April 1875; Next 8 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (15)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 April 1875; Next 8 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

8 April 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (16)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 April 1875; Next 9 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (16)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 April 1875; Next 9 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (16)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 April 1875; Next 9 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

9 April 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (17)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 April 1875; Next 10 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (17)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 April 1875; Next 10 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (17)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 April 1875; Next 10 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

10 April 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (18)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 April 1875; Next 12 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (18)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 April 1875; Next 12 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland (replaces S[amuel A.] Emery)

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (18)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 April 1875; Next 12 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

12 April 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (19)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 April 1875; Next 13 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (19)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 April 1875; Next 13 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (19)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 April 1875; Next 13 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

13 April 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (20)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 April 1875; Next 14 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (20)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 April 1875; Next 14 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (20)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 April 1875; Next 14 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

Illustration: Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): Actress  [1st Performance Apr 14, 1875]


 
Title:Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): Actress
Description:Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): With her third husband, Helen moved to America and took on a variety of roles, reprising Margaret in Arkwright’s Wife.  She played the quarrel scene at the Adelphi for a benefit 1874 and, in 1879, played Mrs. Arabella Buster in the first London performance of Boucicault’s Forbidden Fruit.  She became embroiled in copyright suits in England and America, where she died aged 64.
1st Performance:Apr 14, 1875
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Photo by Mora of New York.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Barry; http://www.remainstobeseen.com/index-i-1101-category-Cabinet-Card.htm., Apr 14, 1875

Illustration: Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): Actress  [1st Performance Apr 14, 1875]


 
Title:Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): Actress
Description:Barry, Helen (Elizabeth Short) (1840-1904): Began acting at the age of 32 after her first marriage failed.  In the 1870s, Helen played in comic and dramatic plays.  She appeared at a benefit at the Adelphi in 1874, playing Margaret in the quarrel scene from Arkwright’s Wife and for 40 nights in the 1879 season.
1st Performance:Apr 14, 1875
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Carte de Visite Woodburytype - Print.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Barry., Apr 14, 1875

14 April 1875
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 April 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Miss Russell

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  A Rough Diamond (1)

Title Comment:  "The famous scene" (bill)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 14 April 1875

Time:  1:30  Genre:  (Farce) farce; 1 scene

First Night Cast:

Cousin Joe: Edward O. Terry
Margery: Mrs. Angela Claude
Lord Plato: J[ohn] F. Graham
Squire Evergreen: H. St. Maur
Captain Blenheim: H. Carter
Lady Plato: Miss Russell

Cast Commentary

2)  Romeo and Juliet (1)

Title Comment:  balcony scene only

Author: [William Shakespeare]

Performances:  First 14 April 1875

Genre:  (Comedy)

First Night Cast:

Juliet: Miss [Monta] Gainsborough
Romeo: J[ames] B. Howard
 

3)  Arkwright's Wife (1)

Title Comment:  quarrel scene

Author: Tom Taylor

Performances:  First 14 April 1875

Genre:  (Drama) popular play; 1 scene

First Night Cast:

performers:
      Miss Helen Barry
      C[harles] Kelly
 

4)  Lost in London (19)

Title Comment:  last scene only

Performances:  First 27 February 1875; Previous 19 March 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Featherstone: J[ames] B. Howard
Sir Richard Loader: P[ercy] C. Beverley
Job Armroyd: S[amuel A.] Emery
Jack Longbones: [F.] B. Egan
Dick Raine: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Noah Morehead: Smithson
Benjamin Blinker: George G. Belmore
Thomas: E[rnest] Travers
Tops: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Nelly: Miss Lydia Foote
Tiddy Dragglethorpe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Flounce: Miss Hudspeth
Signora Marrietta Simondi: Miss Russell

5)  Heart's Delight (1)

Title Comment:  "From Charles Dickens' novel David Copperfield" (prog)

Author: Andrew Halliday

Performances:  First 14 April 1875

Genre:  (Comedy); 1 scene only

First Night Cast:

Captain Cuttle: S[amuel A.] Emery (his original character)
performer: J[ames] Fawn
"Heart's Delight": Miss Phillips
 

General, Music

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


14 April 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1875
playbill
University of California Davis University Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (21)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 April 1875; Next 15 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (21)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 April 1875; Next 15 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (21)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 April 1875; Next 15 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

15 April 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1875
playbill
University of California Davis University Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (22)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 April 1875; Next 16 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (22)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 April 1875; Next 16 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (22)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 April 1875; Next 16 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

16 April 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1875
playbill
University of California Davis University Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (23)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 April 1875; Next 17 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (23)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 April 1875; Next 17 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (23)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 April 1875; Next 17 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

17 April 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1875
playbill
University of California Davis University Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (24)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 April 1875; Next 19 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (24)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 April 1875; Next 19 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (24)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 April 1875; Next 19 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

19 April 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (25)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 April 1875; Next 20 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (25)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 April 1875; Next 20 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (25)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 April 1875; Next 20 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

20 April 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Sarah's Young Man (26)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 April 1875; Next 21 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (26)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 April 1875; Next 21 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (26)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 April 1875; Next 21 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

21 April 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Sarah's Young Man (27)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 April 1875; Next 22 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (27)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 April 1875; Next 22 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (27)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 April 1875; Next 22 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

22 April 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Sarah's Young Man (28)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 April 1875; Next 23 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (28)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 April 1875; Next 23 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (28)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 April 1875; Next 23 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

23 April 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Sarah's Young Man (29)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 April 1875; Next 24 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (29)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 April 1875; Next 24 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: F[rank] Moreland
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (29)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 April 1875; Next 24 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

24 April 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Sarah's Young Man (30)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 April 1875; Next 26 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery (replaces [Frank] Moreland)

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (30)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 April 1875; Next 26 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery (replaces F[rank] Moreland)

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (30)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 April 1875; Next 26 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

26 April 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (31)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 April 1875; Next 27 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (31)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 April 1875; Next 27 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (31)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 April 1875; Next 27 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

27 April 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (32)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 April 1875; Next 28 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (32)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 April 1875; Next 28 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (32)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 April 1875; Next 28 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

28 April 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (33)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 April 1875; Next 29 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (33)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 April 1875; Next 29 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (33)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 April 1875; Next 29 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

29 April 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (34)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 April 1875; Next 30 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (34)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 April 1875; Next 30 April 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (34)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 April 1875; Next 30 April 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

30 April 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 April 1875
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (35)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 April 1875

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harry Fielding: J[ames] G. Shore
Sam Sloeleaf: James Fawn
Mrs. Moggridge: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (35)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 April 1875; Next 1 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (35)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 April 1875; Next 1 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

1 May 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (1)

Author: [Thomas J. Williams]

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Next 3 May 1875

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (36)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 April 1875; Next 3 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (36)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 April 1875; Next 3 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

3 May 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (2)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 1 May 1875; Next 4 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (37)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 May 1875; Next 4 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (37)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 May 1875; Next 4 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

4 May 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (3)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 3 May 1875; Next 5 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (38)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 May 1875; Next 5 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (38)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 May 1875; Next 5 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

5 May 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (4)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 4 May 1875; Next 6 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (39)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 May 1875; Next 6 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (39)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 May 1875; Next 6 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

6 May 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (5)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 5 May 1875; Next 7 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (40)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 May 1875; Next 7 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (40)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 May 1875; Next 7 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

7 May 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (6)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 6 May 1875; Next 8 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (41)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 May 1875; Next 8 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Belles of the Kitchen (41)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 May 1875

Cast:

Timotheus Gibbs: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Wiggins: Fawdon Vokes
Lucinda Scrubb: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Mary: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Barbara: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

8 May 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Turn Him Out (7)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 7 May 1875; Next 10 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (42)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 May 1875; Next 10 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "written expressly for the Vokes family" (prog)

Author: Edward L. Blanchard

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Next 10 May 1875

Genre:  (Extravaganza) farcical extravaganza

First Night Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry (owner of Hollybush Hall): Smithson
Mr. William Barry (his son, familiarly called Bill Barry): [Fawdon] Vokes
Lord Strawberry (on a visit): Frederick M. Vokes
Lady Raspberry (Sir Gilbert's sister): Mrs. Charlton
(Sir Gilbert's nieces)
      May Berry: Miss Victoria Vokes
      Rose Berry: Miss Rosina Vokes
      Hilda Berry: Miss Jessie C. Vokes

Song


10 May 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (8)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 8 May 1875; Next 11 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (43)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 May 1875; Next 11 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (2)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 8 May 1875; Next 11 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

11 May 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (9)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 10 May 1875; Next 12 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (44)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 May 1875; Next 12 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (3)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 10 May 1875; Next 12 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

12 May 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (10)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 11 May 1875; Next 13 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (45)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 11 May 1875; Next 13 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (4)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 11 May 1875; Next 13 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

13 May 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (11)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 12 May 1875; Next 14 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (46)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 May 1875; Next 14 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (5)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 12 May 1875; Next 14 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

14 May 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (12)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 13 May 1875; Next 15 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (47)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 May 1875; Next 15 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (6)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 13 May 1875; Next 15 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

15 May 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (13)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 14 May 1875; Next 17 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (48)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 May 1875; Next 17 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (7)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 14 May 1875; Next 17 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

17 May 1875
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
17 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nicholas Nickleby (49)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 May 1875; Next 17 May 1875

Time:  1:30

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Bunch of Berries (8)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 15 May 1875; Next 17 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

General, Commentary


17 May 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (14)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 15 May 1875; Next 18 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (50)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 May 1875; Next 18 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (9)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 17 May 1875; Next 18 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

18 May 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (15)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 17 May 1875; Next 19 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (51)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 May 1875; Next 19 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (10)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 17 May 1875; Next 19 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

19 May 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (16)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 18 May 1875; Next 20 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (52)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 18 May 1875; Next 20 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (11)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 18 May 1875; Next 20 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

20 May 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (17)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 19 May 1875; Next 21 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (53)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 May 1875; Next 21 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (12)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 19 May 1875; Next 21 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

21 May 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 May 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (18)

Performances:  First 1 May 1875; Previous 20 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      James Fawn
      F[rank] Moreland
      J[ames] G. Shore
      Miss E[leanor] Phillips
      Miss Hudspeth

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (54)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 May 1875; Next 22 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (13)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 20 May 1875; Next 22 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

22 May 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (1)

Author: [F. Lennox Horne?]

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Next 24 May 1875

Genre:  (Farce) successful farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Strange (short-sighted old gentleman, an enthusiast for restoring old pictures): F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest (in love with Ellen): J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton (old gentleman of fortune, friend to Strange): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton (his son, a silly young man): James Fawn
Ellen Strange (Maxwelton's niece): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

Cast Commentary

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (55)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 May 1875; Next 24 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (14)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 21 May 1875; Next 24 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

24 May 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (2)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 22 May 1875; Next 25 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (56)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 May 1875; Next 25 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bunch of Berries (15)

Performances:  First 8 May 1875; Previous 22 May 1875

Cast:

Sir Gilbert Gooseberry: Smithson
Mr. William Barry: Fawdon Vokes
Lord Strawberry: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Lady Raspberry: Mrs. Charlton
May Berry: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Rose Berry: Miss R[osina] Vokes
Hilda Berry: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes

25 May 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (3)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 24 May 1875; Next 26 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (57)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 May 1875; Next 26 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (1)

Title Comment:  "Written expressly for the Vokes family by E. L. Blanchard" (bill)

Author: Edward L. Blanchard

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Next 26 May 1875

Genre:  (Extravaganza) new farcical extravaganza

First Night Cast:

performers:
      Frederick M. Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss Jessie C. Vokes
      Miss Victoria Vokes
      Miss Rosina Vokes

26 May 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (4)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 25 May 1875; Next 27 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (58)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 May 1875; Next 27 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (2)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 25 May 1875; Next 27 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

27 May 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (5)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 26 May 1875; Next 28 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (59)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 May 1875; Next 28 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (3)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 26 May 1875; Next 28 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

28 May 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (6)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 27 May 1875; Next 29 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (60)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 May 1875; Next 29 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (4)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 27 May 1875; Next 29 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

29 May 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (7)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 28 May 1875; Next 31 May 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (61)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 May 1875; Next 31 May 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (5)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 28 May 1875; Next 31 May 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

31 May 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1875
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (8)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 29 May 1875; Next 1 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (62)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 May 1875; Next 1 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (6)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 29 May 1875; Next 1 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

1 June 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (9)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 31 May 1875; Next 2 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (63)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 May 1875; Next 2 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (7)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 31 May 1875; Next 2 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

2 June 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (10)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 1 June 1875; Next 3 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (64)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 June 1875; Next 3 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (8)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 1 June 1875; Next 3 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

3 June 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (11)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 2 June 1875; Next 4 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (65)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 June 1875; Next 4 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (9)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 2 June 1875; Next 4 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

4 June 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (12)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 3 June 1875; Next 5 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (66)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 June 1875; Next 5 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (10)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 3 June 1875; Next 5 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

5 June 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (13)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 4 June 1875; Next 7 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (67)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 June 1875; Next 7 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (11)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 4 June 1875; Next 7 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

7 June 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (14)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 5 June 1875; Next 8 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (68)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 June 1875; Next 8 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (12)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 5 June 1875; Next 8 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

8 June 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (15)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 7 June 1875; Next 9 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (69)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 June 1875; Next 9 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (13)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 7 June 1875; Next 9 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

9 June 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (16)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 8 June 1875; Next 10 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (70)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 June 1875; Next 10 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (14)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 8 June 1875; Next 10 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

10 June 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (17)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 9 June 1875; Next 11 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (71)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 June 1875; Next 11 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (15)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 9 June 1875; Next 11 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

11 June 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Two Heads Are Better than One (18)

Performances:  First 22 May 1875; Previous 10 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Strange: F[rank] Moreland
Charles Conquest: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Maxwelton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Sammy Maxwelton: James Fawn
Ellen Strange: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (72)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 June 1875; Next 12 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Pantomime Rehearsed (16)

Performances:  First 25 May 1875; Previous 10 June 1875

Cast:

performers:
      Fred[erick M.] Vokes
      Fawdon Vokes
      Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
      Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
      Miss R[osina] Vokes

12 June 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives 12/Jun/75 as 1st perf

Author: Martin Becher

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Next 14 June 1875

Genre:  (Farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: Harwood Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

Cast Commentary

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (73)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 11 June 1875; Next 14 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Next 14 June 1875

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite (Captain of Muddletown Militia): Frederick M. Vokes
Dan (his valet, a cockney, in constant fear): Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird (Percival's American cousin): Miss Victoria Vokes
Ella Hamilton (her friend and ally): Miss Jessie C. Vokes
Janet (a smart help, ready for fun): Miss Rosina Vokes
 

Cast Commentary

General, Music


14 June 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (2)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 12 June 1875; Next 15 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (74)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 June 1875; Next 15 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (2)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 12 June 1875; Next 15 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

15 June 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (3)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 14 June 1875; Next 16 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (75)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 June 1875; Next 16 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (3)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 14 June 1875; Next 16 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

16 June 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (4)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 15 June 1875; Next 17 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (76)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 June 1875; Next 17 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (4)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 15 June 1875; Next 17 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

17 June 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (5)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 16 June 1875; Next 18 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (77)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 June 1875; Next 18 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (5)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 16 June 1875; Next 18 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

18 June 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (6)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 17 June 1875; Next 19 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (78)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 June 1875; Next 19 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (6)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 17 June 1875; Next 19 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

19 June 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (7)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 18 June 1875; Next 21 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (79)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 18 June 1875; Next 21 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (7)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 18 June 1875; Next 21 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

21 June 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1875
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1)  Painless Dentistry (8)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 19 June 1875; Next 22 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (80)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 June 1875; Next 22 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (8)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 19 June 1875; Next 22 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

22 June 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (9)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 21 June 1875; Next 23 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (81)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 June 1875; Next 23 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (9)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 21 June 1875; Next 23 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

23 June 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (10)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 22 June 1875; Next 24 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (82)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 June 1875; Next 24 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (10)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 22 June 1875; Next 24 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

24 June 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1875
advertisement
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1)  Painless Dentistry (11)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 23 June 1875; Next 25 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (83)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 June 1875; Next 25 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (11)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 23 June 1875; Next 25 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

25 June 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (12)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 24 June 1875; Next 26 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (84)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 June 1875; Next 26 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (12)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 24 June 1875; Next 26 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

26 June 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (13)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 25 June 1875; Next 29 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (85)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 June 1875; Next 28 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (13)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 25 June 1875; Next 29 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

28 June 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 June 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: John Clarke

1)  Green Old Age (1)

Author: Robert Reece

Performances:  First 28 June 1875

Genre:  (Farce) favourite farce

First Night Cast:

performers:
      James
      Thorne
      Miss Valery
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (86)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 June 1875; Next 29 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Notre Dame [; or, The Gipsy Girl of Paris] (1)

Title Comment:  prison scene only

Author: Andrew Halliday

Performances:  First 28 June 1875

Genre:  (Drama) popular drama; 1 scene

First Night Cast:

Claude Frollo: J[ames] Fernandez
Esmeralda: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado (her original character)
Gudule: Mrs. A[lfred] Mellon (her original character)
Quasimodo: J[ohn] Clarke
 

4)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (1)

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Next 12 July 1875

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss M[aggie] Brennan
Maggy McFarlane: Miss M[aggie] Brennan
Gaiters: J[ohn] Clarke (his original character)
 

Cast Commentary

General, Music


29 June 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (14)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 26 June 1875; Next 30 June 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (87)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 June 1875; Next 30 June 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (14)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 26 June 1875; Next 30 June 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

30 June 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (15)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 29 June 1875; Next 1 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (88)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 June 1875; Next 1 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (15)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 29 June 1875; Next 1 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

1 July 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (16)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 30 June 1875; Next 2 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (89)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 June 1875; Next 2 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (16)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 30 June 1875; Next 2 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

2 July 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (17)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 1 July 1875; Next 3 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (90)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 July 1875; Next 3 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (17)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 1 July 1875; Next 3 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

3 July 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (18)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 2 July 1875; Next 5 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (91)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 July 1875; Next 5 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (18)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 2 July 1875; Next 5 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

5 July 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (19)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 3 July 1875; Next 6 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (92)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 July 1875; Next 6 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (19)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 3 July 1875; Next 6 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

6 July 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (20)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 5 July 1875; Next 7 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (93)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 July 1875; Next 7 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (20)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 5 July 1875; Next 7 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

7 July 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (21)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 6 July 1875; Next 8 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (94)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 July 1875; Next 8 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (21)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 6 July 1875; Next 8 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

8 July 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (22)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 7 July 1875; Next 9 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (95)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 July 1875; Next 9 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (22)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 7 July 1875; Next 9 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

9 July 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (23)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 8 July 1875; Next 10 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (96)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 July 1875; Next 10 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (23)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 8 July 1875; Next 10 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

10 July 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (24)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 9 July 1875; Next 12 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (97)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 July 1875; Next 12 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  Fun in a Fog (24)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 9 July 1875

Cast:

Percival Posthlewaite: Fred[erick M.] Vokes
Dan: Fawdon Vokes
Grace Gaybird: Miss V[ictoria] Vokes
Ella Hamilton: Miss J[essie C.] Vokes
Janet: Miss R[osina] Vokes
 

12 July 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (25)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 10 July 1875; Next 13 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (98)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 July 1875; Next 13 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders (replaces Mrs. [Harriet F.] Addie)

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (2)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 28 June 1875; Next 13 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore
  Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
BUT  Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney (replaces Miss M[aggie] Brennan)
  Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney (replaces Miss M[aggie] Brennan)

Song

Song Commentary

General, Music


13 July 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (26)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 12 July 1875; Next 14 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (99)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 July 1875; Next 14 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (3)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 12 July 1875; Next 14 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

14 July 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (27)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 13 July 1875; Next 15 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (100)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 July 1875; Next 15 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (4)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 13 July 1875; Next 15 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

15 July 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (28)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 14 July 1875; Next 16 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (101)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 July 1875; Next 16 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (5)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 14 July 1875; Next 16 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

16 July 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (29)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 15 July 1875; Next 17 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (102)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 July 1875; Next 17 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (6)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 15 July 1875; Next 17 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

17 July 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Painless Dentistry (30)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 16 July 1875; Next 19 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (103)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 July 1875; Next 19 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (7)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 16 July 1875; Next 19 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

19 July 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (31)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 17 July 1875; Next 20 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (104)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 July 1875; Next 20 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (8)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 17 July 1875; Next 20 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

20 July 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (32)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 19 July 1875; Next 21 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (105)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 July 1875; Next 21 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (9)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 19 July 1875; Next 21 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

21 July 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (33)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 20 July 1875; Next 22 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (106)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 July 1875; Next 22 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (10)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 20 July 1875; Next 22 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

22 July 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (34)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 21 July 1875; Next 23 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (107)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 July 1875; Next 23 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (11)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 21 July 1875; Next 23 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

23 July 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (35)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 22 July 1875; Next 24 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (108)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 July 1875; Next 24 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (12)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 22 July 1875; Next 24 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

24 July 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Painless Dentistry (36)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 23 July 1875; Next 26 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (109)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 July 1875; Next 26 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (13)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 23 July 1875; Next 26 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

26 July 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Painless Dentistry (37)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 24 July 1875; Next 27 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (110)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 July 1875; Next 27 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (14)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 24 July 1875; Next 27 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

27 July 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Painless Dentistry (38)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 26 July 1875; Next 28 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (111)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 July 1875; Next 28 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (15)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 26 July 1875; Next 28 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

28 July 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Painless Dentistry (39)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 27 July 1875; Next 29 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (112)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 July 1875; Next 29 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (16)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 27 July 1875; Next 29 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

29 July 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Painless Dentistry (40)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 28 July 1875; Next 30 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (113)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 July 1875; Next 30 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (17)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 28 July 1875; Next 30 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

30 July 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Painless Dentistry (41)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 29 July 1875; Next 31 July 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (114)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 July 1875; Next 31 July 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (18)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 29 July 1875; Next 31 July 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

31 July 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 July 1875
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Painless Dentistry (42)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 30 July 1875; Next 2 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (115)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 July 1875; Next 2 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: James Fernandez
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: George G. Belmore
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (19)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 30 July 1875; Next 2 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

2 August 1875
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
2 August 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Nicholas Nickleby (116)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 July 1875; Next 2 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  Newman Noggs: James Fernandez (replaces George G. Belmore)
  Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre (replaces James Fernandez)

2)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (20)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 31 July 1875; Next 2 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

2 August 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (43)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 31 July 1875; Next 3 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (117)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 August 1875; Next 3 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (21)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 2 August 1875; Next 3 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

3 August 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (44)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 2 August 1875; Next 4 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (118)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 August 1875; Next 4 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (22)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 2 August 1875; Next 4 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

4 August 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (45)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 3 August 1875; Next 5 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (119)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 August 1875; Next 5 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (23)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 3 August 1875; Next 5 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

5 August 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (46)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 4 August 1875; Next 6 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (120)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 August 1875; Next 6 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (24)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 4 August 1875; Next 6 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

6 August 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (47)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 5 August 1875; Next 7 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (121)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 August 1875; Next 7 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (25)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 5 August 1875; Next 7 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

7 August 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1875
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Painless Dentistry (48)

Performances:  First 12 June 1875; Previous 6 August 1875

Cast:

Mr. Vanderpump: F[rank] Moreland
Philip Puller: J[ames] G. Shore
Jack Castleton: H[arwood] Cooper
Peter Pimbuffle: James Fawn
Mrs. Euphemia Vanderpump: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (122)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 August 1875; Next 9 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (26)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 6 August 1875; Next 9 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

9 August 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (1)

Author: [Mrs. Marie-Therese Kemble]

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Next 10 August 1875

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (123)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 August 1875; Next 10 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (27)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 7 August 1875; Next 10 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

10 August 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (2)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 9 August 1875; Next 11 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (124)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 August 1875; Next 11 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (28)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 9 August 1875; Next 11 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

11 August 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (3)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 10 August 1875; Next 12 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (125)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 August 1875; Next 12 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (29)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 10 August 1875; Next 12 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

12 August 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (4)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 11 August 1875; Next 13 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (126)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 11 August 1875; Next 13 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (30)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 11 August 1875; Next 13 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

13 August 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (5)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 12 August 1875; Next 14 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (127)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 12 August 1875; Next 14 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (31)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 12 August 1875; Next 14 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

14 August 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (6)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 13 August 1875; Next 16 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (128)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 August 1875; Next 16 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (32)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 13 August 1875; Next 16 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

16 August 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (7)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 14 August 1875; Next 17 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (129)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 August 1875; Next 17 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (33)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 14 August 1875; Next 17 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

17 August 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (8)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 16 August 1875; Next 18 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (130)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 August 1875; Next 18 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (34)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 16 August 1875; Next 18 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

18 August 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (9)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 17 August 1875; Next 19 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (131)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 August 1875; Next 19 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (35)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 17 August 1875; Next 19 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

19 August 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (10)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 18 August 1875; Next 20 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (132)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 18 August 1875; Next 20 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (36)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 18 August 1875; Next 20 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

20 August 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (11)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 19 August 1875; Next 21 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (133)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 19 August 1875; Next 21 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (37)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 19 August 1875; Next 21 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

21 August 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (12)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 20 August 1875; Next 23 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (134)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 August 1875; Next 23 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (38)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 20 August 1875; Next 23 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

23 August 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (13)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 21 August 1875; Next 24 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (135)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 August 1875; Next 24 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (39)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 21 August 1875; Next 24 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

24 August 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (14)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 23 August 1875; Next 25 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (136)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 August 1875; Next 25 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (40)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 23 August 1875; Next 25 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

25 August 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (15)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 24 August 1875; Next 26 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (137)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 August 1875; Next 26 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (41)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 24 August 1875; Next 26 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

26 August 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (16)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 25 August 1875; Next 27 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (138)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 August 1875; Next 27 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (42)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 25 August 1875; Next 27 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

27 August 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (17)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 26 August 1875; Next 28 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (139)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 26 August 1875; Next 28 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (43)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 26 August 1875; Next 28 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

28 August 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (18)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 27 August 1875; Next 30 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (140)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 August 1875; Next 30 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (44)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 27 August 1875; Next 30 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

30 August 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 August 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (19)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 28 August 1875; Next 31 August 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (141)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 August 1875; Next 31 August 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (45)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 28 August 1875; Next 31 August 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

31 August 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 August 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (20)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 30 August 1875; Next 1 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (142)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 August 1875; Next 1 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (46)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 30 August 1875; Next 1 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

1 September 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (21)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 31 August 1875; Next 2 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (143)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 31 August 1875; Next 2 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (47)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 31 August 1875; Next 2 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

2 September 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (22)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 1 September 1875; Next 3 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (144)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 September 1875; Next 3 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: W[illiam] Terriss
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (48)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 1 September 1875; Next 3 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

3 September 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (23)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 2 September 1875; Next 4 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (145)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 September 1875; Next 4 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day (replaces W[illiam] Terriss)

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (49)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 2 September 1875; Next 4 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

4 September 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (24)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 3 September 1875; Next 6 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (146)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 3 September 1875; Next 6 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (50)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 3 September 1875; Next 6 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

6 September 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (25)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 4 September 1875; Next 7 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (147)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 September 1875; Next 7 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (51)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 4 September 1875; Next 7 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

7 September 1875
Tuesday  Evening
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7 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (26)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 6 September 1875; Next 8 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (148)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 September 1875; Next 8 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (52)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 6 September 1875; Next 8 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

8 September 1875
Wednesday  Evening
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8 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (27)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 7 September 1875; Next 9 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (149)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 September 1875; Next 9 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (53)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 7 September 1875; Next 9 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

9 September 1875
Thursday  Evening
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9 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (28)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 8 September 1875; Next 10 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (150)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 8 September 1875; Next 10 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (54)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 8 September 1875; Next 10 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

10 September 1875
Friday  Evening
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10 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (29)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 9 September 1875; Next 11 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (151)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 9 September 1875; Next 11 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (55)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 9 September 1875; Next 11 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

11 September 1875
Saturday  Evening
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11 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (30)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 10 September 1875; Next 13 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (152)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 10 September 1875; Next 13 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (56)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 10 September 1875; Next 13 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

13 September 1875
Monday  Evening
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13 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (31)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 11 September 1875; Next 14 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (153)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 11 September 1875; Next 14 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (57)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 11 September 1875; Next 14 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

14 September 1875
Tuesday  Evening
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14 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (32)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 13 September 1875; Next 15 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (154)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 13 September 1875; Next 15 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (58)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 13 September 1875; Next 15 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

15 September 1875
Wednesday  Evening
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15 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (33)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 14 September 1875; Next 16 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (155)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 14 September 1875; Next 16 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (59)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 14 September 1875; Next 16 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

16 September 1875
Thursday  Evening
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16 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (34)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 15 September 1875; Next 17 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (156)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 15 September 1875; Next 17 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (60)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 15 September 1875; Next 17 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

17 September 1875
Friday  Evening
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17 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (35)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 16 September 1875; Next 18 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (157)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 16 September 1875; Next 18 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (61)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 16 September 1875; Next 18 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

18 September 1875
Saturday  Evening
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18 September 1875
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (36)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 17 September 1875; Next 20 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (158)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 17 September 1875; Next 20 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (62)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 17 September 1875; Next 20 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

20 September 1875
Monday  Evening
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20 September 1875
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Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (37)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 18 September 1875; Next 21 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (159)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 18 September 1875; Next 21 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (63)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 18 September 1875; Next 21 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

21 September 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1875
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The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (38)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 20 September 1875; Next 22 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (160)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 20 September 1875; Next 22 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (64)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 20 September 1875; Next 22 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

22 September 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 September 1875
advertisement
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1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (39)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 21 September 1875; Next 23 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (161)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 21 September 1875; Next 23 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (65)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 21 September 1875; Next 23 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

23 September 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1875
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The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (40)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 22 September 1875; Next 24 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (162)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 22 September 1875; Next 24 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (66)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 22 September 1875; Next 24 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

24 September 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (41)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 23 September 1875; Next 25 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (163)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 23 September 1875; Next 25 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (67)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 23 September 1875; Next 25 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

25 September 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 September 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (42)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 24 September 1875; Next 27 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (164)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 24 September 1875; Next 27 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (68)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 24 September 1875; Next 27 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

27 September 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (43)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 25 September 1875; Next 28 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (165)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 25 September 1875; Next 28 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (69)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 25 September 1875; Next 28 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

28 September 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (44)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 27 September 1875; Next 29 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (166)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 27 September 1875; Next 29 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (70)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 27 September 1875; Next 29 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

29 September 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (45)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 28 September 1875; Next 30 September 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (167)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 28 September 1875; Next 30 September 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (71)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 28 September 1875; Next 30 September 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

30 September 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (46)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 29 September 1875; Next 1 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (168)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 29 September 1875; Next 1 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (72)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 29 September 1875; Next 1 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

1 October 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (47)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 30 September 1875; Next 2 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (169)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 30 September 1875; Next 2 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (73)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 30 September 1875; Next 2 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

2 October 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (48)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 1 October 1875; Next 4 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (170)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 1 October 1875; Next 4 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (74)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 1 October 1875; Next 4 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

4 October 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (49)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 2 October 1875; Next 5 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (171)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 2 October 1875; Next 5 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (75)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 2 October 1875; Next 5 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

5 October 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (50)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 4 October 1875; Next 6 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (172)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 4 October 1875; Next 6 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (76)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 4 October 1875; Next 6 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

6 October 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (51)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 5 October 1875; Next 7 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (173)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 5 October 1875; Next 7 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (77)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 5 October 1875; Next 7 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

7 October 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (52)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 6 October 1875; Next 8 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (174)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 6 October 1875; Next 8 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (78)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 6 October 1875; Next 8 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

8 October 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Day After the Wedding [; or, A Wife's First Lesson] (53)

Performances:  First 9 August 1875; Previous 7 October 1875

Cast:

Colonel Freelove: J[ames] G. Shore
Lord Rivers: W[alter] Everard
James: F[rank] Moreland
Lady Elizabeth Freelove: Miss Ellen Ashton
Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Manders
 

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (175)

Performances:  First 20 March 1875; Previous 7 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: Philip Day
Ralph Nickleby: W[illiam] McIntyre
Squeers: John Clarke
Newman Noggs: James Fernandez
John Browdie: S[amuel A.] Emery
Brooker: J[ames] G. Shore
Snawley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Smike: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. Nickleby: Mrs. Manders
Kate Nickleby: Miss Edith Stuart
Tilda Price: Miss Hudspeth
Miss Squeers: Miss Harriet Coveney
Mrs. Squeers: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (79)

Performances:  First 28 June 1875; Previous 7 October 1875

Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Wildoates Heartycheer: [Henry J.] Ashley
Miss Thistledown: Miss Harriet Coveney
Maggy McFarlane: Miss Harriet Coveney
Gaiters: John Clarke
Sir Hiccory Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Wildoats Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore

General, Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Royal Adelphi Theatre. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00.

Ticket prices: orchestra stall private boxes (for 6) 2 guineas, grand tier private boxes (for 6) 3 guineas, amphitheatre private boxes (for 6) 1 11s 6d, family private boxes (for 4) 1 guinea, orchestra stalls 7/-, balcony dress circle stalls 5/-, first circle stalls 3/-, pit 2/-, amphitheatre 1/-, gallery 6d.

Seasonal Dates

3 Oct 1874 - 8 Oct 1875; 317 performances: 312 evening, 5 matinee

Benefit (8):John Clarke (28 Jun 1875)
Miss Russell (14 Apr 1875)
Mme. Céline Céleste (16 Oct 1874)
Widow and children of James G. Crabb (22 Mar 1875, 23 Mar 1875, 24 Mar 1875, 25 Mar 1875, 27 Mar 1875)
Charity (1):Hospital Saturday (21 Oct 1874)
Dark (6):Ash Wednesday (10 Feb 1875)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1874)
Good Friday (26 Mar 1875)
Preparations for Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (21 Dec 1874, 22 Dec 1874, 23 Dec 1874)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Webster, Benjamin N.
Lessees:Chatterton, Frederick B.
House managers:Chatterton, Frederick B.
Treasurers:Anson, John W.
Stage managers:Emery, Samuel A.
Shore, James G.
Directors of music:Ellis, Edwin
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Ellis, Edwin
Ballet masters and mistresses:Cormack, John
Box bookkeepers:Clark, T. G.
Property masters and mistresses:Bradwell, A. W.
Scene designers:Heath, W.
Leitch, William L.
Lloyds, Frederick
Perkins, William
Potts, H. B.
Wigan, Horace
Scene painters:Hall, Stafford
Heath, W.
Leitch, William L.
Perkins, William
Potts, H. B.
Wigan, Horace
Stage mechanics:Charker, Edward
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Aulph, Mrs.
Maltby, Alfred
Rayner, Miss E.
Refreshment providers:Clark, T. G.
Printers:W. S. Johnson, 60, St. Martin's Lane (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Becher, Martin Painless Dentistry (12 Jun 1875)
Blanchard, Edward L. Bunch of Berries, The (8 May 1875)
Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (24 Dec 1874)
Pantomime Rehearsed (25 May 1875)
Buckstone, John B. Dream at Sea, The (9 Jan 1875)
Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3 Oct 1874)
Rough Diamond, A (14 Apr 1875)
Byron, Henry J. Lancashire Lass, The (27 Feb 1875)
Cormack, John Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (24 Dec 1874)
Ellis, Edwin Geneva Cross, The (17 Oct 1874)
Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (24 Dec 1874)
Notre Dame; or, The Gipsy Girl of Paris (28 Jun 1875)
Fitzwilliam, Edward F. Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3 Oct 1874)
Greenwood, Thomas L. Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren (24 Dec 1874)
Halliday, Andrew Heart's Delight (14 Apr 1875)
Nicholas Nickleby (20 Mar 1875)
Notre Dame; or, The Gipsy Girl of Paris (28 Jun 1875)
Horne, F. Lennox Two Heads Are Better than One (22 May 1875)
Kemble, Mrs. Marie-Therese Day After the Wedding, The; or, A Wife's First Lesson (9 Aug 1875)
Lemon, Mark Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (11 Feb 1875)
Mellon, Alfred Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3 Oct 1874)
Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (11 Feb 1875)
Thirst for Gold, The; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (5 Dec 1874)
Oxenford, John Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence (5 Dec 1874)
Payne, John H. Love in Humble Life (3 Oct 1874)
Phillips, Watts Lost in London (27 Feb 1875)
Reece, Robert Green Old Age (28 Jun 1875)
Rowe, George F. Geneva Cross, The (17 Oct 1874)
Selby, Charles Bonnie Fish Wife, The (28 Jun 1875)
Shakespeare, William Romeo and Juliet (14 Apr 1875)
Suter, William E. Sarah's Young Man (20 Mar 1875)
Taylor, Tom Arkwright's Wife (14 Apr 1875)
Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin (11 Feb 1875)
Unknown Belles of the Kitchen (20 Mar 1875)
Fun in a Fog (12 Jun 1875)
White Hat, The (20 Feb 1875)
Webster, Benjamin N. Thirst for Gold, The; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (5 Dec 1874)
Williams, Thomas J. Turn Him Out (1 May 1875)

Song Composers/Pieces

Cohen, L. Mita (8 May 1875)
Ellis, Edwin Bunch of Berries, The (8 May 1875)
Kalliwoda, Johann W. Op. 44 (8 May 1875)
Labitzky, Joseph Souvenir de St. Petersbourg (8 May 1875)
Strauss, Johann Wiener Kinder (8 May 1875)
Unlisted Caller Herrin' (12 Jul 1875)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Aerial evolutions (24 Dec 1874)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Birthday festival of Gabrielle (17 Oct 1874)
Conflagration! consternation! and conclusion of Old Father Christmas's budget (24 Dec 1874)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed 1745 Ireland on the Galway coast (3 Oct 1874)
1747 America log cabin in the valley of the Mississippi (3 Oct 1874)
1748 Ireland Hill of Howth and Dublin City (3 Oct 1874)
Abode of Aesop in Fableland (24 Dec 1874)
Ante-room in the office (20 Mar 1875)
Bay and landscape in Mexico (5 Dec 1874)
Bleakmore mine (27 Feb 1875)
Casemate in the forts, a (17 Oct 1874)
Coffee room in the Saracen's Head (20 Mar 1875)
Country lane, a (20 Mar 1875)
Court of the Queen's Bench, the (24 Dec 1874)
Deck of the Eugenie (5 Dec 1874)
Deep Jacky hole in a dark swim on the new river, a (24 Dec 1874)
Do-The-Boys Hall (20 Mar 1875)
Exeter Exchange (20 Mar 1875)
Exterior of the lodging house (24 Dec 1874)
Grand hall in the Hotel D'Arvez (5 Dec 1874)
Grand marquee in the grounds (17 Oct 1874)
Hoppergollup House in the neighbourhood of Ware (24 Dec 1874)
Inn yard, the (20 Mar 1875)
Interior of the bed room (24 Dec 1874)
January 1, 1871, Paris (17 Oct 1874)
June 1870 exterior of the cannon foundry of Pierre Le Brun, near Auxerre, in France (17 Oct 1874)
Kingdom of Birds (24 Dec 1874)
Lover's Walk in the Village of Wren's Nest (24 Dec 1874)
Luxembourg Quarter, the (17 Oct 1874)
Mrs. Nickleby's lodgings (20 Mar 1875)
Night London (27 Feb 1875)
Ralph Nickleby's office (20 Mar 1875)
Road to London, the (20 Mar 1875)
Robin Redbreast's retreat in the wilds of Where (24 Dec 1874)
Salon in the Hotel de Brissac (5 Dec 1874)
School room, the (20 Mar 1875)
Sea of ice, the (5 Dec 1874)
Small bed room at Ware, a (24 Dec 1874)
Snow Hill (20 Mar 1875)
Street, a (20 Mar 1875)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Arkwright's Wife

(Drama, 1 scene) by Taylor, Tom (Author) (1 Performances, 14 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Belles of the Kitchen

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (41 Performances, 20 Mar 1875 - 7 May 1875)

Summary Cast:

Bonnie Fish Wife, The

(Farce by Selby, Charles (Author) (79 Performances, 28 Jun 1875 - 8 Oct 1875)

Summary Cast:

*  Bunch of Berries, The

(Extravaganza by Blanchard, Edward L. (Author) (15 Performances, 8 May 1875 - 24 May 1875)

Summary Cast:

Day After the Wedding, The; or, A Wife's First Lesson

(Farce by Kemble, Mrs. Marie-Therese (Author) (53 Performances, 9 Aug 1875 - 8 Oct 1875)

Summary Cast:

Dream at Sea, The

(Romantic drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (27 Performances, 9 Jan 1875 - 9 Feb 1875)

Summary Cast:

Four Hundred Fifty-Six Pounds, Eleven Shillings, and Threepence

(Farce, 1 act) by Oxenford, John (Author) (13 Performances, 5 Dec 1874 - 19 Dec 1874)

Summary Cast:

Fun in a Fog

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (24 Performances, 12 Jun 1875 - 10 Jul 1875)

Summary Cast:

Geneva Cross, The

(Drama, 4 acts) by Rowe, George F. (Author); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (43 Performances, 17 Oct 1874 - 4 Dec 1874)

Summary Cast:

Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago

(Drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (12 Performances, 3 Oct 1874 - 16 Oct 1874)

Summary Cast:

Green Old Age

(Farce by Reece, Robert (Author) (1 Performances, 28 Jun 1875)

Summary Cast:

*  Harlequin, the Children in the Wood, Old Father Aesop, Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren

(Pantomime, 8 scenes) by Blanchard, Edward L. (Author); Greenwood, Thomas L. (Author); Cormack, John (Choreographer); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (49 Performances, 24 Dec 1874 - 19 Feb 1875)

Summary Cast:

Heart's Delight

(Comedy, 1 scene only) by Halliday, Andrew (Author) (1 Performances, 14 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Lancashire Lass, The

(Drama, prol, 4 acts) by Byron, Henry J. (Author) (18 Performances, 27 Feb 1875 - 19 Mar 1875)

Summary Cast:

Lost in London

(Drama, 3 acts) by Phillips, Watts (Author) (19 Performances, 27 Feb 1875 - 14 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Love in Humble Life

(Farce by Payne, John H. (Author) (54 Performances, 3 Oct 1874 - 4 Dec 1874)

Summary Cast:

*  Nicholas Nickleby

(Drama, 3 acts) by Halliday, Andrew (Author) (175 Performances, 20 Mar 1875 - 8 Oct 1875)

Summary Cast:

Notre Dame; or, The Gipsy Girl of Paris

(Drama, 1 scene) by Halliday, Andrew (Author) (1 Performances, 28 Jun 1875)

Summary Cast:

*  Painless Dentistry

(Farce by Becher, Martin (Author) (48 Performances, 12 Jun 1875 - 7 Aug 1875)

Summary Cast:

Pantomime Rehearsed

(Extravaganza by Blanchard, Edward L. (Author) (16 Performances, 25 May 1875 - 11 Jun 1875)

Summary Cast:

Romeo and Juliet

(Comedy by Shakespeare, William (Author) (1 Performances, 14 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Rough Diamond, A

(Farce, 1 scene) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (1 Performances, 14 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Sarah's Young Man

(Farce by Suter, William E. (Author) (35 Performances, 20 Mar 1875 - 30 Apr 1875)

Summary Cast:

Slave Life; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin

(Drama, 3 acts) by Lemon, Mark (Author); Taylor, Tom (Author); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (14 Performances, 11 Feb 1875 - 26 Feb 1875)

Summary Cast:

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

(Drama, 5 tableaux) by Webster, Benjamin N. (Author) (26 Performances, 5 Dec 1874 - 8 Jan 1875)

Summary Cast:

Turn Him Out

(Farce by Williams, Thomas J. (Author) (18 Performances, 1 May 1875 - 21 May 1875)

Summary Cast:

Two Heads Are Better than One

(Farce by Horne, F. Lennox (Author) (18 Performances, 22 May 1875 - 11 Jun 1875)

Summary Cast:

White Hat, The

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (6 Performances, 20 Feb 1875 - 26 Feb 1875)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Ashley, Henry J.

Barsby, Frank

Beattie

Belizia, Victor

Belmore, Master

Belmore, George G.

Beverley, Percy C.

Brough, Lionel

Bryer, William F.

Bush

Butler, E.

Calhaem, Stanislaus

Carter, H.

Clarke, John

Cooper, Harwood

Day, Philip

Dean, Edward

Dewar, Frederick C.

Dougherty, Hugh

Edwin

Egan, F. B.

Emery, Samuel A.

Everard, Walter

Fawn, James

Fenton, Charles H.

Fernandez, James

Forrest, A.

Forrest, Master A.

Forrest, Master F.

Frome, C. H.

Gates, Master

Glover, Augustus

Graham, John F.

Grattan, Master Harry

Hall

Hall, R. W.

Holzer, Herr

Howard, James B.

Jackson

James

Johnstone, John B.

Kelly, Charles

Lilly, A. C.

McIntyre, William

Moreland, Frank

Morris, J.

Parkes, W. S.

Paulo, James

Perren, George

Phillips, E.

Pietro, Paul

Radcliff, John

Rennie

Robins, Joseph

Russell, Howard

St. Maur, H.

Shore, James G.

Sinclair, Henry

Smith, Christopher J.

Smithson

Staines, Master

Stephenson, Charles H.

Terriss, William

Terry, Edward O.

Thomas

Thorne

Thorne, Thomas

Tomlin, E.

Travers, Ernest

Unlisted

Vokes, Fawdon

Vokes, Frederick M.

Webber, T.

White

White, P.

Wilmot, Charles

Wright, Brittain

Actresses

Addie, Mrs. Harriet F.

Amalia, Miss

Ashton, Miss Ellen

Barry, Miss Helen

Bonaro, Mme. Selina

Brennan, Miss Maggie

Brown, Miss A.

Cameron, Miss Violet

Céleste, Mme. Céline

Chapman, Miss Ella

Charlton, Mrs.

Claude, Mrs. Angela

Cooper, Miss Annie

Coveney, Miss Harriet

Foote, Miss Lydia

Furtado, Miss Teresa E.

Gainsborough, Miss Monta

Hazle, Miss

Henderson, Miss Marie

Hodson, Miss Sylvia

Hudspeth, Miss

Hughes, Miss

Jecks, Miss Clara

Kemp, Miss

Logan, Miss Katie

Louise, Miss

Manders, Mrs.

Mellon, Mrs. Alfred

Murray, Miss Alma

Nott, Miss Cicely

Parry, Miss

Phillips, Miss

Phillips, Miss Eleanor

Rita, Mme. Pauline

Russell, Miss

St. Pierre, Miss

Sanger, Miss Rachel M.

Smith, Miss

Spinza, Signora

Stoker, Mrs. W. H.

Stuart, Miss Edith

Valery, Miss

Vaughan, Miss Kate

Vokes, Miss Jessie C.

Vokes, Miss Rosina

Vokes, Miss Victoria

Ward, Miss Genevieve

Dancers

Chapman, Miss Ella

Vaughan, Miss Kate

Entertainers

Addie, Mrs. Harriet F.

Brough, Lionel

Clarke, John

Dougherty, Hugh

Fernandez, James

Henderson, Miss Marie

Howard, James B.

Musicians

Belizia, Victor

Radcliff, John

Singers

Bonaro, Mme. Selina

Chapman, Miss Ella

Coveney, Miss Harriet

de Grey, Miss Marie

Perren, George

Rita, Mme. Pauline

Russell, Miss

Sanger, Miss Rachel M.

General Music Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Guy Mannering (12 Jun 1875)
Bouillon, Mons. Pierre Flandre, La (12 Jul 1875)
Godfrey, Adolphus F. Merry Old Times (12 Jul 1875)
United Service (12 Jun 1875)
Godfrey, Daniel Royal Alfred, The (28 Jun 1875)
Gungl, Herr Joseph Isar Leider (12 Jun 1875)
Venus Reigen (28 Jun 1875)
Kalliwoda, Johann W. Op. 44 (12 Jun 1875)
Mercadante, G. Saverio Vestal, La (12 Jun 1875)
Reeve, George W. Masaniello (28 Jun 1875)
Strauss, Johann, Jr. Annen (28 Jun 1875)
Sans Souci (12 Jul 1875)
Unlisted Solo flute (14 Apr 1875)
Solo harp (14 Apr 1875)
Waldteufel, Emile Manolo (12 Jul 1875)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Musgrave, Frank Come Back to Erin (14 Apr 1875)
Russell, Henry Sea Bird, The (14 Apr 1875)
Unlisted Bird that Came in the Spring, The (14 Apr 1875)
New song (14 Apr 1875)
Premiere Feuille, La (14 Apr 1875)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Ballet divertissement (17 Oct 1874)
Character dance (14 Apr 1875)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Lover, Samuel Fisherman, The (14 Apr 1875)
Tennyson, Alfred Charge of the Light Brigade, The (14 Apr 1875)
Unlisted Bardell v. Pickwick (14 Apr 1875)
Policeman X24 (14 Apr 1875)
Sarah Gamp and Betsy Prig (14 Apr 1875)
Stump Oration (14 Apr 1875)



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