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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 1875-1876

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

Contents

Seasonal Digest

In this season, proprietor Benjamin Webster and his manager Frederick B. Chatterton filled their bills prudently.  They consistently scheduled a proven melodrama as the featured piece and supplied plenty of comedy before and after it.  They took few chances.

Andrew Halliday's Nicholas Nickleby, which had begun on 20 March 1875, ended its long run on 29 October of this season.  It was replaced by Little Em'ly, another Halliday adaptation of a Dickens novel, David Copperfield.

On Saturday night, Little Em'ly, one of the most successful of Mr. Andrew Halliday's adaptations, took the place of Nicholas Nickleby in the Adelphi program; Peggoty, on whom much of the interest of the piece depends, being represented, as at the Olympic, by Mr. [Samuel A.] Emery, who made that part one of his best.  Miss Lydia Foote is Em'ly; Mr. Fernandez, Micawber; Miss Edith Stuart, Rosa Dartle; Mr. John Clarke, Uriah Heep; and Mr. M'Intyre, Ham.  Little Em'ly has already been played in London more than 200 times, but, to judge from the applause it met with on Saturday night, it will probably be repeated until the Shaughraun is transferred from Drury Lane (Times, 1 November 1875, p. 8).

The Shaughraun [Vagabond] began on 27 December and ran for 24 nights.  Dion Boucicault and his wife, Agnes Robertson, absent from the Adelphi stage since 1861, began a virtual festival of Boucicault drama.  They were popular figures, and thirty-five of Boucicault's plays were performed at the Adelphi.  After this season, Boucicault retired to America, repudiating his wife and making what the Dictionary of National Biography delicately calls "other so-called nuptial arrangements."  He appeared briefly in two more Adelphi seasons and died in 1890 four years after his last performance.

Three more Boucicault plays were given this season.  Grimaldi was played only twice—at benefit performances.  Immediately after Shaughraun came another Irish drama, Peep O'Day, with the author Edmund Falconer in his original role of Barney O'Toole.  This tried and true piece played for more than ten weeks.

The most novel offering of the season was the American play Struck Oil.  It introduced the Americans Maggie Moore and James C. Williamson.  The piece had the longest run of the season, playing more than 100 times.  The Times and Athenæum agreed that it had little merit but that Williamson was a very funny comedian, though not the equal of his predecessors Jefferson and Emmett.  Williamson's Pennsylvania Dutch dialect and mannerisms won over the Adelphi audiences.  "Mr. Williamson," the Athenæum wrote, "possesses...distinct originality, and the performance has both pathos and drollery" (22 April 1876, p. 575).

Boucicault's Colleen Bawn and Arrah-na-Pogue [Annah of the Kiss] were the final major offerings of the season.  The Boucicaults did not act in these plays, but Williamson and many other skilled actors did, including Mrs. Alfred Mellon, who had been in the original cast of Colleen Bawn, McIntyre, a veteran melodrama villain, and Shiel Barry, acclaimed for his spy and informer roles in Irish plays.  Erroll Sherson writes that Colleen Bawn, first produced in 1860, "was seen again and again by playgoers on account of the cave scene where the Colleen Bawn is rescued from drowning.  This was something quite new in sensational effects and was the forerunner of many sensational scenes in subsequent dramas" (London's Lost Theatres of the Nineteenth Century, p. 157).

H. Barton Baker identifies the precise mechanical effect, which drew the spectators to this play:  "the shaking waters and rolling billows and watery effects."  He notes that "transparent stage water had never before been seen, and a few yards of blue gauze did more than all the finest acting in the world could accomplish" (History of the London Stage and its Famous Players, p. 97).

Sherson singles out the Adelphi's revival of Arrah-na-Pogue this season for special praise:

Boucicault's part was taken by an American actor, Williamson, and the hero, Beamish McCoul, was that ideal dramatic lover—Will Terriss.  Shiel Barry...was the Michael Feeny in the Adelphi revival, a part that had been previously taken by Dominick Murray.  There was one great scene in "Arrah-na-Pogue" which never failed to 'bring down the house.'  This was the climbing of the outer prison wall by Shaun the Post by means of the ivy, and his hiding in the ivy when the soldiers looked out of the window with their lighted torches (London's Lost Theatres of the Nineteenth Century, p. 159).

The Athenæum praised the "idyllic grace" with which Boucicault presented Irish rebellion in Arrah-na-Pogue:  it was praise that suggested both the playwright's cleverness and his limitations:

So evenly does Mr. Boucicault hold the balance between contending factions that neither the nationalist party nor the party of order finds its feelings shocked.  He treats of Irish rebellion, and solicits the sympathy of the audience for those who are in open revolt against English authority.  He goes so far as to give upon the stage a ballad, one verse of which, thirty years ago, delivered in an Irish theatre would have produced riot and bloodshed; yet the authorities are subject to no alarm.  Changed conditions have doubtless something to do with this.  The author, however, has manipulated his story with extreme skill (19 August 1876, p. 252).

The editors have designated September 22, 1876, as the end of the 1875-76 season.

FM

Daily Calendar for 1875-1876


9 October 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (1)

Author: [Thomas J. Williams]

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Next 11 October 1875

Genre:  (Farce) favourite farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs (an itinerant vendor of juvenile toys): James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia (Moke's wife): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan (maid of-all-work): Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

Cast Commentary

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (1)

Author: Andrew Halliday

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Next 11 October 1875

Genre:  (Drama) successful drama; 3 acts

First Night 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 Commentary

Scenery Description

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (1)

Author: [Augustus Mayhew]; Author: [H. Sutherland Edwards]

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Next 11 October 1875

Genre:  (Farce) favourite farce

First Night Cast:

Turby (country lawyer): John Clarke
Hickster (country lawyer): James Fawn
Bouser (clerk to Turby): W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara (her daughter): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

Cast Commentary

General, Music

General, Music Commentary


11 October 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (2)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (2)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 9 October 1875; Next 12 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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (2)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

12 October 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (3)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (3)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 11 October 1875; Next 13 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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (3)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

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

1)  Turn Him Out (4)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (4)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 12 October 1875; Next 14 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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (4)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

14 October 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (5)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (5)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 13 October 1875; Next 15 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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (5)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

15 October 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (6)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (6)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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: [H?] Vaughan (replaces Philip Day)

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (6)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

16 October 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (7)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (7)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (7)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

18 October 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (8)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (8)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (8)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

19 October 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (9)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (9)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (9)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

20 October 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (10)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (10)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (10)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

21 October 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (11)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (11)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (11)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

22 October 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (12)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (12)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (12)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

23 October 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (13)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (13)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (13)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

25 October 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (14)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (14)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (14)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

26 October 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (15)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (15)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (15)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

27 October 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (16)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (16)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (16)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

28 October 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (17)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (17)

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

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (17)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

29 October 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (18)

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

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Nicholas Nickleby (18)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 28 October 1875

Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby: [H?] Vaughan
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 Goose with the Golden Eggs (18)

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

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

30 October 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (19)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 29 October 1875; Next 1 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (1)

Title Comment:  based on Dickens' David Copperfield

Author: Andrew Halliday

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Next 1 November 1875

Genre:  (Drama) popular drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty (a reg'lar babby in the form of a sea porkypine): Samuel A. Emery (his original character)
Ham (very salt): W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield (fresh as a daisy): [H?] Vaughan (his original character)
Steerforth (easy spirited): Philip Day
Traddles (retiring manners with a comic head of hair): W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield (a lawyer): H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber (waiting for something to turn up): James Fernandez
Little Em'ly (engaging little beauty): Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield (agreeable): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha (the mould of the churchyard don't hold any that folks shrink away from more): Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle (always dangerous): Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber (I will never desert Mr. Micawber): Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis (no better woman anywhere): Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge (a lone, lorn, creetur): Mrs. Charlton

Cast Commentary

Scenery

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (19)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 29 October 1875; Next 1 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

1 November 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (20)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 30 October 1875; Next 2 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (2)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 30 October 1875; Next 2 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (20)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 30 October 1875; Next 2 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

2 November 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (21)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 1 November 1875; Next 3 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (3)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 1 November 1875; Next 3 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (21)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 1 November 1875; Next 3 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

3 November 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (22)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 2 November 1875; Next 4 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (4)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 2 November 1875; Next 4 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (22)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 2 November 1875; Next 4 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

4 November 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (23)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 3 November 1875; Next 5 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (5)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 3 November 1875; Next 5 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (23)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 3 November 1875; Next 5 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

5 November 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (24)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 4 November 1875; Next 6 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (6)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 4 November 1875; Next 6 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (24)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 4 November 1875; Next 6 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

6 November 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Turn Him Out (25)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 5 November 1875; Next 8 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (7)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 5 November 1875; Next 8 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (25)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 5 November 1875; Next 8 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

8 November 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (26)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 6 November 1875; Next 9 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (8)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 6 November 1875; Next 9 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (26)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 6 November 1875; Next 9 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

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

1)  Turn Him Out (27)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 8 November 1875; Next 10 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (9)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 8 November 1875; Next 10 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (27)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 8 November 1875; Next 10 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

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

1)  Turn Him Out (28)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 9 November 1875; Next 11 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (10)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 9 November 1875; Next 11 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (28)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 9 November 1875; Next 11 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

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

1)  Turn Him Out (29)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 10 November 1875; Next 12 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (11)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 10 November 1875; Next 12 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (29)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 10 November 1875; Next 12 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

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

1)  Turn Him Out (30)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 11 November 1875; Next 13 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (12)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 11 November 1875; Next 13 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (30)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 11 November 1875; Next 13 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

13 November 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Turn Him Out (31)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 12 November 1875; Next 15 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (13)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 12 November 1875; Next 15 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (31)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 12 November 1875; Next 15 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

15 November 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (32)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 13 November 1875; Next 16 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (14)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 13 November 1875; Next 16 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (32)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 13 November 1875; Next 16 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

16 November 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (33)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 15 November 1875; Next 17 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (15)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 15 November 1875; Next 17 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (33)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 15 November 1875; Next 17 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

17 November 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (34)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 16 November 1875; Next 18 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (16)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 16 November 1875; Next 18 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (34)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 16 November 1875; Next 18 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

18 November 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (35)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 17 November 1875; Next 19 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (17)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 17 November 1875; Next 19 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (35)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 17 November 1875; Next 19 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

19 November 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1875
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1)  Turn Him Out (36)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 18 November 1875; Next 20 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (18)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 18 November 1875; Next 20 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (36)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 18 November 1875; Next 20 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

20 November 1875
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
20 November 1875
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1)  Little Em'ly (19)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 19 November 1875; Next 20 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

20 November 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1875
advertisement
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1)  Turn Him Out (37)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 19 November 1875; Next 10 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Marion
porters:
      Smithson
      James

2)  Little Em'ly (20)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 20 November 1875; Next 22 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (37)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 19 November 1875; Next 22 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

22 November 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (1)

Choreographer: [Frederick Evans]

Author Commentary:  Evans was listed as the choreographer in the 1870 season

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Next 23 November 1875

Genre:  (Ballet) comic ballet

First Night Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

Cast Commentary

2)  Little Em'ly (21)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 20 November 1875; Next 23 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (38)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 20 November 1875; Next 23 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

23 November 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (2)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 22 November 1875; Next 24 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (22)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 22 November 1875; Next 24 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (39)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 22 November 1875; Next 24 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

24 November 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (3)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 23 November 1875; Next 25 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (23)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 23 November 1875; Next 25 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (40)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 23 November 1875; Next 25 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

25 November 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (4)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 24 November 1875; Next 26 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (24)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 24 November 1875; Next 26 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (41)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 24 November 1875; Next 26 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

26 November 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (5)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 25 November 1875; Next 27 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (25)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 25 November 1875; Next 27 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (42)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 25 November 1875; Next 27 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

27 November 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (6)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 26 November 1875; Next 29 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (26)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 26 November 1875; Next 29 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (43)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 26 November 1875; Next 29 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

29 November 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (7)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 27 November 1875; Next 30 November 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (27)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 27 November 1875; Next 30 November 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (44)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 27 November 1875; Next 30 November 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

30 November 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (8)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 29 November 1875; Next 1 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (28)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 29 November 1875; Next 1 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (45)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 29 November 1875; Next 1 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

1 December 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Quicksilver Dick (9)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 30 November 1875; Next 2 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (29)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 30 November 1875; Next 2 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (46)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 30 November 1875; Next 2 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

2 December 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Quicksilver Dick (10)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 1 December 1875; Next 3 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (30)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 1 December 1875; Next 3 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (47)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 1 December 1875; Next 3 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

3 December 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1875
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Quicksilver Dick (11)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 2 December 1875; Next 4 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (31)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 2 December 1875; Next 4 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (48)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 2 December 1875; Next 4 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

4 December 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (12)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 3 December 1875; Next 6 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (32)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 3 December 1875; Next 6 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (49)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 3 December 1875; Next 6 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

6 December 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (13)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 4 December 1875; Next 7 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (33)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 4 December 1875; Next 7 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (50)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 4 December 1875; Next 7 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

7 December 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (14)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 6 December 1875; Next 8 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (34)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 6 December 1875; Next 8 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (51)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 6 December 1875; Next 8 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

8 December 1875
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Little Em'ly (35)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 7 December 1875; Next 8 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

8 December 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (15)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 7 December 1875; Next 9 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (36)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 8 December 1875; Next 9 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (52)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 7 December 1875; Next 9 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

9 December 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (16)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 8 December 1875; Next 10 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (37)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 8 December 1875; Next 10 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (53)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 8 December 1875; Next 10 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

10 December 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (17)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 9 December 1875; Next 11 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (38)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 9 December 1875; Next 11 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (54)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 9 December 1875; Next 11 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

11 December 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Quicksilver Dick (18)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 10 December 1875; Next 13 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (39)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 10 December 1875; Next 13 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (55)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 10 December 1875; Next 13 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

13 December 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (19)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 11 December 1875; Next 14 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (40)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 11 December 1875; Next 14 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (56)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 11 December 1875; Next 14 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

14 December 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (20)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 13 December 1875; Next 15 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (41)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 13 December 1875; Next 15 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (57)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 13 December 1875; Next 15 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

15 December 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (21)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 14 December 1875; Next 16 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (42)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 14 December 1875; Next 16 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (58)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 14 December 1875; Next 16 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

16 December 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (22)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 15 December 1875; Next 17 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (43)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 15 December 1875; Next 17 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (59)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 15 December 1875; Next 17 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

17 December 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (23)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 16 December 1875; Next 18 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (44)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 16 December 1875; Next 18 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (60)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 16 December 1875; Next 18 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

18 December 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (24)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 17 December 1875; Next 20 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (45)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 17 December 1875; Next 20 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (61)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 17 December 1875; Next 20 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

20 December 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (25)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 18 December 1875; Next 21 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (46)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 18 December 1875; Next 21 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (62)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 18 December 1875; Next 21 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

21 December 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (26)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 20 December 1875; Next 22 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (47)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 20 December 1875; Next 22 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (63)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 20 December 1875; Next 22 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

22 December 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1875
advertisement
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1)  Quicksilver Dick (27)

Performances:  First 22 November 1875; Previous 21 December 1875

Cast:

performers: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Little Em'ly (48)

Performances:  First 30 October 1875; Previous 21 December 1875

Cast:

Dan'l Peggotty: S[amuel A.] Emery
Ham: W[illiam] McIntyre
David Copperfield: [H?] Vaughan
Steerforth: Philip Day
Traddles: W[alter] Everard
Mr. Wickfield: H[arwood] Cooper
Uriah Heep: John Clarke
Mr. Micawber: James Fernandez
Little Em'ly: Miss Lydia Foote
Agnes Wickfield: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Martha: Miss Hudspeth
Rosa Dartle: Miss Edith Stuart
Mrs. Micawber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betsy Trotwood: Miss Harriet Coveney
Peggotty Barkis: Miss Wood
Mrs. Gummidge: Mrs. Charlton

3)  The Goose with the Golden Eggs (64)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 21 December 1875

Cast:

Turby: John Clarke
Hickster: James Fawn
Bouser: W[alter] Everard
Miss Turby: Miss [Minnie] Charlton
Clara: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
maid: Miss M[innie] Edmonds

23 December 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for The Shaughraun


24 December 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1875
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


27 December 1875
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (1)

Author: [Adolphus C. Troughton]

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Next 28 December 1875

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Vandyke Brown (a photographic artist): J[ohn] Clarke
Augustus Bobbins (retired tradesman): J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman (law student): [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown (Vandyke Brown's wife, living under the name of Duval): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca (Mrs. Bobbins' servant-maid): Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: Dion L. Boucicault

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Next 28 December 1875

Genre:  (Drama) new and original Irish drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Captain Molineux (young English officer commanding detachment at Ballyraggett): W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott (Young Gentleman, under sentence as a Fenian, in love with Arte O'Neale): Philip Day
Father Dolan (parish priest of Suilabeg, his tutor and guardian): James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela (a squireen): S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff (police agent, in disguise of a peasant, under the name of Keach): Shiel Barry
Conn (the Shaughraun, the soul of every fair, the life of every funeral, the first fiddle of all weddings and patterns): Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones (of the 41st): Ernest Travers
(peasants)
      Donovan: Smithson
      Reilly: G. Elliott
      Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott (a Sligo lady): Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale (in love with Robert): Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly (Conn's mother): Miss Cicely Nott
Moya (Father Dolan's niece, in love with Conn): Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan (a keener): Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone (a keener): Mrs. Charlton

Scenery

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

3)  My Own Ghost (1)

Title Comment:  licensed as First Night; or, My Own Ghost

Author: [Thomas Parry]

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Next 28 December 1875

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: E[rnest] Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

General, Music


28 December 1875
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 December 1875; Next 29 December 1875

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 December 1875; Next 29 December 1875

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 December 1875; Next 29 December 1875

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

29 December 1875
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 December 1875; Next 30 December 1875

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 December 1875; Next 30 December 1875

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 December 1875; Next 30 December 1875

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

30 December 1875
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 December 1875; Next 31 December 1875

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 December 1875; Next 31 December 1875

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 December 1875; Next 31 December 1875

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

31 December 1875
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 30 December 1875; Next 1 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 30 December 1875; Next 1 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 30 December 1875; Next 1 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

1 January 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1875
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 December 1875; Next 3 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 December 1875; Next 3 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 December 1875; Next 3 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

3 January 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 January 1876; Next 4 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 January 1876; Next 4 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 January 1876; Next 4 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

4 January 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 January 1876; Next 5 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 January 1876; Next 5 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 January 1876; Next 5 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

5 January 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 January 1876; Next 6 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 January 1876; Next 6 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 January 1876; Next 6 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

6 January 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 January 1876; Next 7 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 January 1876; Next 7 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 January 1876; Next 7 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

7 January 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 January 1876; Next 8 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 January 1876; Next 8 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 January 1876; Next 8 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

8 January 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 January 1876; Next 10 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 January 1876; Next 10 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 January 1876; Next 10 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

10 January 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 January 1876; Next 11 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 January 1876; Next 11 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 January 1876; Next 11 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

11 January 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 January 1876; Next 12 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 January 1876; Next 12 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 January 1876; Next 12 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

12 January 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 January 1876; Next 13 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 January 1876; Next 13 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 January 1876; Next 13 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

13 January 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 12 January 1876; Next 14 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 12 January 1876; Next 14 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 12 January 1876; Next 14 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

14 January 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 13 January 1876; Next 15 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 13 January 1876; Next 15 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 13 January 1876; Next 15 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

15 January 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 January 1876; Next 17 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 January 1876; Next 17 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 January 1876; Next 17 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

17 January 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 January 1876; Next 18 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 January 1876; Next 18 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 January 1876; Next 18 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

18 January 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 January 1876; Next 19 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 January 1876; Next 19 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 January 1876; Next 19 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

19 January 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 January 1876; Next 20 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 January 1876; Next 20 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 January 1876; Next 20 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

20 January 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 January 1876; Next 21 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 January 1876; Next 21 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 January 1876; Next 21 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

21 January 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 January 1876; Next 22 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 January 1876; Next 22 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 January 1876; Next 22 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

22 January 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1876
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 January 1876; Next 24 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  The Shaughraun (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 January 1876

Cast:

Captain Molineux: W[illiam] Terriss
Robert Ffolliott: Philip Day
Father Dolan: James Fernandez
Corry Kinchela: S[amuel A.] Emery
Harvey Duff: Shiel Barry
Conn: Dion L. Boucicault
Sergeant Jones: Ernest Travers
Donovan: Smithson
Reilly: G. Elliott
Managan: James
Sullivan: E. Tomlin
Doyle: Barker
Claire Ffolliott: Miss Fanny Josephs
Arte O'Neale: Miss Lydia Foote
Mrs. O'Kelly: Miss Cicely Nott
Moya: Mrs. Dion L. Boucicault
Bridget Madigan: Mrs. J[ohn] Carter
Nancy Malone: Mrs. Charlton

3)  My Own Ghost (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 January 1876; Next 24 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

24 January 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 January 1876; Next 25 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (1)

Author: Edmund Falconer

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Next 25 January 1876

Genre:  (Drama) great Irish drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: E[rnest] Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

3)  My Own Ghost (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 January 1876; Next 25 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

General, Music


25 January 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 January 1876; Next 26 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (2)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 24 January 1876; Next 26 January 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 January 1876; Next 26 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

26 January 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 January 1876; Next 27 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (3)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 25 January 1876; Next 27 January 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 January 1876; Next 27 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

27 January 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (28)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 26 January 1876; Next 28 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (4)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 26 January 1876; Next 28 January 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (28)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 26 January 1876; Next 28 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

28 January 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (29)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 January 1876; Next 29 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (5)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 27 January 1876; Next 29 January 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (29)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 January 1876; Next 29 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

29 January 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (30)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 January 1876; Next 31 January 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (6)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 28 January 1876; Next 31 January 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (30)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 January 1876; Next 31 January 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

31 January 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (31)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 January 1876; Next 1 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (7)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 29 January 1876; Next 1 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (31)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 January 1876; Next 1 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

1 February 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (32)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 January 1876; Next 2 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (8)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 31 January 1876; Next 2 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Title: General Commentary

3)  My Own Ghost (32)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 January 1876; Next 2 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

2 February 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (33)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 February 1876; Next 3 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (9)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 1 February 1876; Next 3 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (33)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 February 1876; Next 3 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

3 February 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (34)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 2 February 1876; Next 4 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (10)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 2 February 1876; Next 4 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (34)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 2 February 1876; Next 4 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

4 February 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (35)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 February 1876; Next 5 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (11)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 3 February 1876; Next 5 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (35)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 February 1876; Next 5 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

5 February 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (36)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 February 1876; Next 7 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (12)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 4 February 1876; Next 7 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (36)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 February 1876; Next 7 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

7 February 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (37)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 February 1876; Next 8 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (13)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 5 February 1876; Next 8 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (37)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 February 1876; Next 8 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

8 February 1876
Tuesday  Matinee
Adelphi
8 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

Testimonial: Edwin Canton F.R.C.S.

1)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (14)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 7 February 1876; Next 8 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary


8 February 1876
Tuesday  Evening
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8 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (38)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 February 1876; Next 9 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (15)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 8 February 1876; Next 9 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (38)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 February 1876; Next 9 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

9 February 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (39)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 February 1876; Next 10 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (16)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 8 February 1876; Next 10 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (39)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 February 1876; Next 10 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

10 February 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (40)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 9 February 1876; Next 11 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (17)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 9 February 1876; Next 11 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (40)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 9 February 1876; Next 11 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

11 February 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (41)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 February 1876; Next 12 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (18)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 10 February 1876; Next 12 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (41)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 February 1876; Next 12 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

12 February 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1876
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1)  Vandyke Brown (42)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 February 1876; Next 14 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (19)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 11 February 1876; Next 14 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (42)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 February 1876; Next 14 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

14 February 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (43)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 12 February 1876; Next 15 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (20)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 12 February 1876; Next 15 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (43)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 12 February 1876; Next 15 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

15 February 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (44)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 February 1876; Next 16 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (21)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 14 February 1876; Next 16 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (44)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 February 1876; Next 16 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

16 February 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (45)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 February 1876; Next 17 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (22)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 15 February 1876; Next 17 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (45)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 February 1876; Next 17 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

17 February 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (46)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 16 February 1876; Next 18 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (23)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 16 February 1876; Next 18 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (46)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 16 February 1876; Next 18 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

18 February 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (47)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 February 1876; Next 19 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (24)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 17 February 1876; Next 19 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (47)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 February 1876; Next 19 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

19 February 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (48)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 February 1876; Next 21 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (25)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 18 February 1876; Next 21 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (48)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 February 1876; Next 21 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

21 February 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (49)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 February 1876; Next 22 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (26)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 19 February 1876; Next 22 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (49)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 February 1876; Next 22 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

22 February 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (50)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 February 1876; Next 23 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (27)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 21 February 1876; Next 23 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (50)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 February 1876; Next 23 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

23 February 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (51)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 February 1876; Next 24 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (28)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 22 February 1876; Next 24 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (51)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 February 1876; Next 24 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

24 February 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (52)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 23 February 1876; Next 25 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (29)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 23 February 1876; Next 25 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (52)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 23 February 1876; Next 25 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

25 February 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (53)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 February 1876; Next 26 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (30)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 24 February 1876; Next 26 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (53)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 February 1876; Next 26 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

26 February 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (54)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 February 1876; Next 28 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (31)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 25 February 1876; Next 28 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (54)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 February 1876; Next 28 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

28 February 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (55)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 26 February 1876; Next 29 February 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (32)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 26 February 1876; Next 29 February 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (55)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 26 February 1876; Next 29 February 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

29 February 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (56)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 February 1876; Next 2 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (33)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 28 February 1876; Next 2 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (56)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 February 1876; Next 2 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

1 March 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


2 March 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (57)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 February 1876; Next 3 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (34)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 29 February 1876; Next 3 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

3)  My Own Ghost (57)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 February 1876; Next 3 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

3 March 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (58)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 2 March 1876; Next 4 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (35)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 2 March 1876; Next 4 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (58)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 2 March 1876; Next 4 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

4 March 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (59)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 March 1876; Next 6 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (36)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 3 March 1876; Next 6 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (59)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 March 1876; Next 6 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

6 March 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (60)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 March 1876; Next 7 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (37)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 4 March 1876; Next 7 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (60)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 March 1876; Next 7 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

7 March 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (61)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 March 1876; Next 8 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (38)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 6 March 1876; Next 8 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (61)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 March 1876; Next 8 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

8 March 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (62)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 March 1876; Next 9 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (39)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 7 March 1876; Next 9 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (62)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 March 1876; Next 9 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

9 March 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (63)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 March 1876; Next 10 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (40)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 8 March 1876; Next 10 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (63)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 March 1876; Next 10 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

10 March 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (64)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 9 March 1876; Next 11 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (41)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 9 March 1876; Next 11 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (64)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 9 March 1876; Next 11 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

11 March 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (65)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 March 1876; Next 13 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (42)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 10 March 1876; Next 13 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (65)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 10 March 1876; Next 13 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

13 March 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (66)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 March 1876; Next 14 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (43)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 11 March 1876; Next 14 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (66)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 11 March 1876; Next 14 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

14 March 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (67)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 13 March 1876; Next 15 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (44)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 13 March 1876; Next 15 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (67)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 13 March 1876; Next 15 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

15 March 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (68)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 March 1876; Next 16 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (45)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 14 March 1876; Next 16 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (68)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 14 March 1876; Next 16 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

16 March 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (69)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 March 1876; Next 17 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (46)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 15 March 1876; Next 17 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (69)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 15 March 1876; Next 17 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

17 March 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (70)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 16 March 1876; Next 18 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (47)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 16 March 1876; Next 18 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (70)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 16 March 1876; Next 18 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

18 March 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Vandyke Brown (71)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 March 1876; Next 20 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (48)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 17 March 1876; Next 20 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: Edmund Falconer
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (71)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 March 1876; Next 20 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

20 March 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (72)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 March 1876; Next 21 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (49)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 18 March 1876; Next 21 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem (replaces Edmund Falconer)
  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (72)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 March 1876; Next 21 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

21 March 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (73)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 March 1876; Next 22 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (50)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 20 March 1876; Next 22 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (73)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 March 1876; Next 22 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

22 March 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (74)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 March 1876; Next 23 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (51)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 21 March 1876; Next 23 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (74)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 March 1876; Next 23 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

23 March 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (75)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 March 1876; Next 24 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (52)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 22 March 1876; Next 24 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (75)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 22 March 1876; Next 24 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

24 March 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (76)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 23 March 1876; Next 25 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (53)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 23 March 1876; Next 25 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (76)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 23 March 1876; Next 25 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

25 March 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Vandyke Brown (77)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 March 1876; Next 27 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (54)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 24 March 1876; Next 27 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (77)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 24 March 1876; Next 27 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

27 March 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (78)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 March 1876; Next 28 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (55)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 25 March 1876; Next 28 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (78)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 25 March 1876; Next 28 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

28 March 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (79)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 March 1876; Next 29 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (56)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 27 March 1876; Next 29 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (79)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 27 March 1876; Next 29 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

29 March 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (80)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 March 1876; Next 30 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (57)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 28 March 1876; Next 30 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (80)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 28 March 1876; Next 30 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

30 March 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (81)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 March 1876; Next 31 March 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (58)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 29 March 1876; Next 31 March 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (81)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 29 March 1876; Next 31 March 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

31 March 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 March 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (82)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 30 March 1876; Next 1 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (59)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 30 March 1876; Next 1 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (82)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 30 March 1876; Next 1 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

1 April 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (83)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 March 1876; Next 3 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (60)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 31 March 1876; Next 3 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (83)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 31 March 1876; Next 3 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

3 April 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (84)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 April 1876; Next 4 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (61)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 1 April 1876; Next 4 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (84)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 1 April 1876; Next 4 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

4 April 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (85)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 April 1876; Next 5 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (62)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 3 April 1876; Next 5 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (85)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 3 April 1876; Next 5 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

5 April 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (86)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 April 1876; Next 6 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (63)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 4 April 1876; Next 6 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (86)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 4 April 1876; Next 6 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

6 April 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (87)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 April 1876; Next 7 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (64)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 5 April 1876; Next 7 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (87)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 5 April 1876; Next 7 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

7 April 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (88)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 April 1876; Next 8 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (65)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 6 April 1876; Next 8 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: H[enry] Sinclair (replaces James Fernandez)

3)  My Own Ghost (88)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 6 April 1876; Next 8 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

8 April 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1876
advertisement
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1)  Vandyke Brown (89)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 April 1876

Cast:

Vandyke Brown: John Clarke
Augustus Bobbins: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Fastman: [H?] Vaughan
Mrs. Brown: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Mrs. Bobbins: Miss Edith Stuart
Rebecca: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (66)

Performances:  First 24 January 1876; Previous 7 April 1876

Cast:

Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez
Stephen Purcell: J[ames] G. Shore
Mr. Grace: F[rank] Moreland
Barney O'Toole: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Rev. W. O'Cleary: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lieutenant Graham: W[alter] Everard
Captain Howard: W[illiam] Terriss
Black Mullins: W[illiam] McIntyre
Phelim: Ernest Travers
Red Murtoch: E. Tomlin
Dermot: Edwards
Billy o' the Bowl: Smithson
Phadrig: Jamieson
Tim with the wooden leg: Tremain
Fergus the Fiddler: H[arwood] Cooper
Blind Paddy: Morris
Andy the Post: G. Elliott
Connor the Harper: P. White
Darby the Piper: James
sergeant: Johnson
Kathleen Kavanagh: Miss Lydia Foote
Widow Kavanagh: Miss Cicely Nott
Mary Grace: Miss Hudspeth
Shelah: Miss Marion
Nancy O'Toole: Mrs. Charlton
Molshee: Mrs. Manders
Blind Paddy's wife: Mrs. Warlow
Widow Mahone: Miss Nathan
Blind Harper's child: Miss Bates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Harry Kavanagh: James Fernandez (replaces H[enry] Sinclair)

3)  My Own Ghost (89)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 7 April 1876; Next 17 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

10 April 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

Annual Benefit: John W. Anson

1)  Turn Him Out (38)

Performances:  First 9 October 1875; Previous 20 November 1875

Cast:

Mr. Mackintosh Moke: F[rank] Moreland
Nicodemus Nobbs: James Fawn
Mr. Eglantina Roseleaf: W[alter] Everard
Julia: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Susan: Miss Hudspeth
porters:
      Smithson
      James

Cast Changes:

BUT  Susan: Miss Hudspeth (replaces Miss Marion)

2)  The Life of an Actress (1)

Title Comment:  Billed as Grimaldi. When played in Cincinnati, it was called Grimaldi; or, Scenes in the Life of an Actress; in Phiadelphia, it was titled Violet; or, Scenes in the Life of an Actress

Author: Dion L. Boucicault

Performances:  First 10 April 1876; Next 11 April 1876

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Grimaldi: G[eorge] W. Anson
Lord Arthur Shafton: J. G. Grahame
Maltravers: [H?] Vaughan
Selwyn Dawdle: W[alter] Everard
Wapshot: J[ames] Fawn
Hopkins: Smithson
waiter: James
Violet: Miss Eleanor Bufton
Julia: Miss Alma Murray
Mrs. Hopkins: Mrs. Charlton
Bridget: Miss Marion

3)  Two to One (1)

Title Comment:  licensed as Irish Footman; or, Two to One

Author: Arthur Clements

Performances:  First 10 April 1876; Next 11 April 1876

Genre:  (Farce) new and successful farce

First Night Cast:

Timothy Fagan (Irish footman): C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sally Smith (a cook): Miss Maria Jones
Betty Jean Perkins (housemaid): Miss Gwynne Williams
 

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


11 April 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1876
advertisement
The London Times

Annual Benefit: John W. Anson

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Two to One (2)

Performances:  First 10 April 1876; Previous 10 April 1876

Cast:

Timothy Fagan: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sally Smith: Miss Maria Jones
Betty Jean Perkins: Miss Gwynne Williams
 

2)  The Life of an Actress (2)

Performances:  First 10 April 1876; Previous 10 April 1876

Cast:

Grimaldi: G[eorge] W. Anson
Lord Arthur Shafton: J. G. Grahame
Maltravers: [H?] Vaughan
Selwyn Dawdle: W[alter] Everard
Wapshot: James Fawn
Hopkins: Smithson
waiter: James
Violet: Miss Eleanor Bufton
Julia: Miss Alma Murray
Mrs. Hopkins: Mrs. Charlton
Bridget: Miss Marion

3)  The Bonnie Fish Wife (1)

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 11 April 1876

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Sir Hicory Heartycheer: J[ames] G. Shore
My. Wildoates Heartycheer: F[rank] Moreland
Miss Thistledown: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Maggy McFarlane: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Gaiters: J[ohn] Clarke (his original character)
 

Cast Commentary

General, Song


12 April 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week


13 April 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week


14 April 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


15 April 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Illustration: Williamson, James Cassius (1845-1913): Actor, theatre manager.  [1st Performance Apr 17, 1876]


 
Title:Williamson, James Cassius (1845-1913): Actor, theatre manager.
Description:Williamson, James Cassius (1845-1913): In 1871, Williamson was engaged as leading comedian at the California Theatre, in San Francisco, where he met Maggie Smith, whom he married.  They starred together in Struck Oil and Williamson purchased the script for $100.  They played 101 times in Struck Oil at the Adelphi in the 1875-76 season.  After their divorce, he tried unsuccessfully to stop her from appearing in the play.  She starred in the 1919 film in her late 60s.
1st Performance:Apr 17, 1876
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Via Wikipedia: J. C. Williamson, c. 1868. http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~melbear/williamson.htm., Apr 17, 1876

Illustration: Moore, Maggie (1851-1926): Actress  [1st Performance Apr 17, 1876]


 
Title:Moore, Maggie (1851-1926): Actress
Description:Moore, Maggie (1851-1926): In 1873, she had just married J. C. Williamson when he bought a one act script called The Dead, or Five Years Away and had it rewritten by his friend Clay Greene and retitled Struck Oil. The play was a huge success in Australia and made Williamson a fortune.  When Moore divorced him in 1899, Williamson tried unsuccessfully to prevent her appearing in the piece.  At age 68, she acted in the unsuccessful film version.  She died in 1926 after being struck by a cable car in San Francisco.
1st Performance:Apr 17, 1876
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Via Wikipedia: Maggie Moore, photographed in the 1870s. http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/moore-maggie-4235/text6833 La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria, IAN07/09/74/148., Apr 17, 1876

17 April 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (1)

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Next 18 April 1876

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy (nurseryman): S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Next 18 April 1876

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

First Night Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: Samuel A. Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: E[rnest] Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (90)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 8 April 1876; Next 18 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

18 April 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (2)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 April 1876; Next 19 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (2)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 April 1876; Next 19 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (91)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 17 April 1876; Next 19 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

19 April 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (3)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 18 April 1876; Next 20 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (3)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 18 April 1876; Next 20 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (92)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 18 April 1876; Next 20 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

20 April 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (4)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 19 April 1876; Next 21 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (4)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 19 April 1876; Next 21 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (93)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 19 April 1876; Next 21 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

21 April 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (5)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 20 April 1876; Next 22 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (5)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 20 April 1876; Next 22 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (94)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 20 April 1876; Next 22 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

22 April 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (6)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 21 April 1876; Next 24 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (6)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 21 April 1876; Next 24 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  My Own Ghost (95)

Performances:  First 27 December 1875; Previous 21 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Thimble: Smithson
Clipper: F[rank] Moreland
Die: Ernest Travers
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Cicely Nott
Betty: Miss Marion

24 April 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (7)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 22 April 1876; Next 25 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (7)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 22 April 1876; Next 25 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Next 25 April 1876

Genre:  (Farce) highly-amusing Yankee farce

First Night Cast:

Zeb Brighton (a Yankee): J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: [Frank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: [Walter] Everard
Betty Sanders (the Fool of the Family): Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

25 April 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (8)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 24 April 1876; Next 26 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (8)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 24 April 1876; Next 26 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (2)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 24 April 1876; Next 26 April 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

26 April 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (9)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 25 April 1876; Next 27 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (9)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 25 April 1876; Next 27 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (3)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 25 April 1876; Next 27 April 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

27 April 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (10)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 26 April 1876; Next 28 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (10)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 26 April 1876; Next 28 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (4)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 26 April 1876; Next 28 April 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

28 April 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (11)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 27 April 1876; Next 29 April 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (11)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 27 April 1876; Next 29 April 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (5)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 27 April 1876; Next 29 April 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

29 April 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1876
program
New York Public Library

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (12)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 28 April 1876; Next 1 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (12)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 28 April 1876; Next 1 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (6)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 28 April 1876; Next 1 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

1 May 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (13)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 29 April 1876; Next 2 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (13)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 29 April 1876; Next 2 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (7)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 29 April 1876; Next 2 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

2 May 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (14)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 1 May 1876; Next 3 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (14)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 1 May 1876; Next 3 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (8)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 1 May 1876; Next 3 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

3 May 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (15)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 2 May 1876; Next 4 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (15)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 2 May 1876; Next 4 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (9)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 2 May 1876; Next 4 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

4 May 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (16)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 3 May 1876; Next 5 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (16)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 3 May 1876; Next 5 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (10)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 3 May 1876; Next 5 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

5 May 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (17)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 4 May 1876; Next 6 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (17)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 4 May 1876; Next 6 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (11)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 4 May 1876; Next 6 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

6 May 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (18)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 5 May 1876; Next 8 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (18)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 5 May 1876; Next 8 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (12)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 5 May 1876; Next 8 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

8 May 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (19)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 6 May 1876; Next 9 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (19)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 6 May 1876; Next 9 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (13)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 6 May 1876; Next 9 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

9 May 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (20)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 8 May 1876; Next 10 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (20)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 8 May 1876; Next 10 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (14)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 8 May 1876; Next 10 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

10 May 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (21)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 9 May 1876; Next 11 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (21)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 9 May 1876; Next 11 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (15)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 9 May 1876; Next 11 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

11 May 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (22)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 10 May 1876; Next 12 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (22)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 10 May 1876; Next 12 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (16)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 10 May 1876; Next 12 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

12 May 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (23)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 11 May 1876; Next 13 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (23)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 11 May 1876; Next 13 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (17)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 11 May 1876; Next 13 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

13 May 1876
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
13 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Great China Question (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 13 May 1876

Time:  10:30  Genre:  (Farce) new local farce

First Night Cast:

performers:
      Miss Maggie Moore
      J[ames] C. Williamson
 

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary


13 May 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (24)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 12 May 1876; Next 15 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (24)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 12 May 1876; Next 15 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (18)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 12 May 1876; Next 15 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

15 May 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (25)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 13 May 1876; Next 16 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (25)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 13 May 1876; Next 16 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (19)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 13 May 1876; Next 16 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

16 May 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (26)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 15 May 1876; Next 17 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (26)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 15 May 1876; Next 17 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (20)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 15 May 1876; Next 17 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

17 May 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (27)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 16 May 1876; Next 18 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (27)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 16 May 1876; Next 18 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (21)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 16 May 1876; Next 18 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

18 May 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (28)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 May 1876; Next 19 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (28)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 May 1876; Next 19 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (22)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 17 May 1876; Next 19 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

19 May 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Poor Pillicoddy (29)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 18 May 1876

Cast:

Mr. Pillicoddy: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Captain O'Scuttle: F[rank] Moreland
Mrs. Pillicoddy: Miss Marion
Mrs. O'Scuttle: Miss Cicely Nott
Sarah Blunt: Miss Hudspeth
 

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (29)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 18 May 1876; Next 20 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: [H?] Vaughan
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: W[alter] Everard
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3)  The Fool of the Family (23)

Performances:  First 24 April 1876; Previous 18 May 1876

Cast:

Zeb Brighton: J[ames] C. Williamson
Mr. Sanders: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Gumption: W[alter] Everard
Betty Sanders: Miss Maggie Moore
Lucretia Sanders: Miss Marion
 

20 May 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (1)

Author: [Dion L. Boucicault]

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Next 22 May 1876

Genre:  (Drama) great Irish drama

First Night Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: [Ernest] Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: [Frederick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (30)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 19 May 1876; Next 22 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

Cast Changes:

BUT  Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones (replaces W[alter] Everard)
  Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard (replaces [H?] Vaughan)

Cast Commentary

General, Music


22 May 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (2)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 20 May 1876; Next 23 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (31)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 20 May 1876; Next 23 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

23 May 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (3)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 22 May 1876; Next 24 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (32)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 22 May 1876; Next 24 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

24 May 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (4)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 23 May 1876; Next 25 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (33)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 23 May 1876; Next 25 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

25 May 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (5)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 24 May 1876; Next 26 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (34)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 24 May 1876; Next 26 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

26 May 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (6)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 25 May 1876; Next 27 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (35)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 25 May 1876; Next 27 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

27 May 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1876
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (7)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 26 May 1876; Next 29 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (36)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 26 May 1876; Next 29 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

29 May 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (8)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 27 May 1876; Next 30 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (37)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 27 May 1876; Next 30 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

30 May 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (9)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 29 May 1876; Next 31 May 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (38)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 29 May 1876; Next 31 May 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

31 May 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 May 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (10)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 30 May 1876; Next 1 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (39)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 30 May 1876; Next 1 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

1 June 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (11)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 31 May 1876; Next 2 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (40)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 31 May 1876; Next 2 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2 June 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (12)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 1 June 1876; Next 3 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (41)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 1 June 1876; Next 3 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3 June 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (13)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 2 June 1876; Next 5 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (42)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 2 June 1876; Next 5 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

5 June 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (14)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 3 June 1876; Next 6 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (43)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 3 June 1876; Next 6 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

6 June 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (15)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 5 June 1876; Next 7 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (44)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 5 June 1876; Next 7 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

7 June 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (16)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 6 June 1876; Next 8 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (45)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 6 June 1876; Next 8 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

8 June 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (17)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 7 June 1876; Next 9 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (46)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 7 June 1876; Next 9 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

9 June 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1876
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The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (18)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 8 June 1876; Next 10 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (47)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 8 June 1876; Next 10 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

10 June 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (19)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 9 June 1876; Next 12 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (48)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 9 June 1876; Next 12 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

12 June 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (20)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 10 June 1876; Next 13 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (49)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 10 June 1876; Next 13 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

13 June 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (21)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 12 June 1876; Next 14 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (50)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 12 June 1876; Next 14 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

14 June 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (22)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 13 June 1876; Next 15 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (51)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 13 June 1876; Next 15 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

15 June 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (23)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 14 June 1876; Next 16 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (52)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 14 June 1876; Next 16 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

16 June 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (24)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 15 June 1876; Next 17 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (53)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 15 June 1876; Next 17 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

17 June 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (25)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 16 June 1876; Next 19 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (54)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 16 June 1876; Next 19 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

19 June 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (26)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 17 June 1876; Next 20 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (55)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 June 1876; Next 20 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

20 June 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (27)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 19 June 1876; Next 21 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (56)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 19 June 1876; Next 21 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

21 June 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (28)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 20 June 1876; Next 22 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (57)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 20 June 1876; Next 22 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

22 June 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (29)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 21 June 1876; Next 23 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (58)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 21 June 1876; Next 23 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

23 June 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (30)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 22 June 1876; Next 24 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (59)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 22 June 1876; Next 24 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

24 June 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (31)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 23 June 1876; Next 26 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (60)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 23 June 1876; Next 26 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

26 June 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (32)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 24 June 1876; Next 27 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (61)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 24 June 1876; Next 27 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

27 June 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (33)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 26 June 1876; Next 28 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (62)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 26 June 1876; Next 28 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

28 June 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (34)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 27 June 1876; Next 29 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (63)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 27 June 1876; Next 29 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

29 June 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (35)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 28 June 1876; Next 30 June 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (64)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 28 June 1876; Next 30 June 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

30 June 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1876
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The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (36)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 29 June 1876; Next 1 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (65)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 29 June 1876; Next 1 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

1 July 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (37)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 30 June 1876; Next 3 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (66)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 30 June 1876; Next 3 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

3 July 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (38)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 1 July 1876; Next 4 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (67)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 1 July 1876; Next 4 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

4 July 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (39)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 3 July 1876; Next 5 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (68)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 3 July 1876; Next 5 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

5 July 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (40)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 4 July 1876; Next 6 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (69)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 4 July 1876; Next 6 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

6 July 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (41)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 5 July 1876; Next 7 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (70)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 5 July 1876; Next 7 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

7 July 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (42)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 6 July 1876; Next 8 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (71)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 6 July 1876; Next 8 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

8 July 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (43)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 7 July 1876; Next 10 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (72)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 7 July 1876; Next 10 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

10 July 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (44)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 8 July 1876; Next 11 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (73)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 8 July 1876; Next 11 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

11 July 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (45)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 10 July 1876; Next 12 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (74)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 10 July 1876; Next 12 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

12 July 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (46)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 11 July 1876; Next 13 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (75)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 11 July 1876; Next 13 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

13 July 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (47)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 12 July 1876; Next 14 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (76)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 12 July 1876; Next 14 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

14 July 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (48)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 13 July 1876; Next 15 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (77)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 13 July 1876; Next 15 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

15 July 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (49)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 14 July 1876; Next 17 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (78)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 14 July 1876; Next 17 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

17 July 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (50)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 15 July 1876; Next 18 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (79)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 15 July 1876; Next 18 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

18 July 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (51)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 17 July 1876; Next 19 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (80)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 17 July 1876; Next 19 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

19 July 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (52)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 18 July 1876; Next 20 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (81)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 18 July 1876; Next 20 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

20 July 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (53)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 19 July 1876; Next 21 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (82)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 19 July 1876; Next 21 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

21 July 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1876
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The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (54)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 20 July 1876; Next 22 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (83)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 20 July 1876; Next 22 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

22 July 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1876
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The London Times

1)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (55)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 21 July 1876; Next 24 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (84)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 21 July 1876; Next 24 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

24 July 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (85)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 22 July 1876; Next 25 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (56)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 22 July 1876; Next 25 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

25 July 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (86)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 24 July 1876; Next 26 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (57)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 24 July 1876; Next 26 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

26 July 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (87)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 25 July 1876; Next 27 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (58)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 25 July 1876; Next 27 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

27 July 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (88)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 26 July 1876; Next 28 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (59)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 26 July 1876; Next 28 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

28 July 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (89)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 27 July 1876; Next 29 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (60)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 27 July 1876; Next 29 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

29 July 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (90)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 28 July 1876; Next 31 July 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (61)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 28 July 1876; Next 31 July 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

31 July 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (91)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 29 July 1876; Next 1 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (62)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 29 July 1876; Next 1 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

1 August 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (92)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 31 July 1876; Next 2 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (63)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 31 July 1876; Next 2 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

2 August 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (93)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 1 August 1876; Next 3 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (64)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 1 August 1876; Next 3 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

3 August 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (94)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 2 August 1876; Next 4 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (65)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 2 August 1876; Next 4 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

4 August 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (95)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 3 August 1876; Next 5 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (66)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 3 August 1876; Next 5 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

5 August 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (96)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 4 August 1876; Next 7 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (67)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 4 August 1876; Next 7 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

7 August 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (97)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 5 August 1876; Next 8 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (68)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 5 August 1876; Next 8 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

8 August 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (98)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 7 August 1876; Next 9 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (69)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 7 August 1876; Next 9 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

9 August 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (99)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 8 August 1876; Next 10 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (70)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 8 August 1876; Next 10 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

10 August 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 August 1876
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1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (100)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 9 August 1876; Next 11 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (71)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 9 August 1876; Next 11 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

11 August 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1876
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1)  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (101)

Performances:  First 17 April 1876; Previous 10 August 1876

Cast:

John Stofel: J[ames] C. Williamson
Deacon Skinner: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dr. Pearson: W[alter] Everard
Sergeant Flinn: J[ames] G. Shore
Corporal Sharp: F[rank] Moreland
Captain Warren: [G. H.] Jones
Peter Rowley: Ernest Travers
sheriff: James
Master Billy Paterson: Master Gates
Lizzie Stofel: Miss Maggie Moore
Mrs. Stofel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

2)  The Colleen Bawn [; or, The Brides of Garryowen] (72)

Performances:  First 20 May 1876; Previous 10 August 1876

Cast:

Mrs. Cregan: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Ann Chute: Miss Hudspeth
Eily O'Connor: Miss Maggie Moore
Sheelah: Miss Cicely Nott
Kathleen Creagh: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Ducie Blennerhasset: Miss Marion
Hardress Cregan: W[illiam] Terriss
Kyrle Daly: J[ames] G. Shore
Hyland Creagh: Ernest Travers
Mr. O'Moore: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Smithson
Father Tom: F[rank] Moreland
Mr. Corrigan: S[tanislaus] Calhaem
Danny Mann: S[amuel A.] Emery
Myles-na-Coppaleen: J[ames] C. Williamson
corporal: Fred[erick] Evans

12 August 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 August 1876
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1)  That Blessed Baby (1)

Author: [F. Moore (?])

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Next 14 August 1876

Genre:  (Farce)

Cast Commentary

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (1)

Author: Dion L. Boucicault

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Next 14 August 1876

Genre:  (Drama) great Irish romantic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: E[rnest] Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

Cast Commentary

Scenery

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

3)  Orson (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Henry P. Grattan

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Next 14 August 1876

Genre:  (Dramatic sketch) favourite comedietta

First Night Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
(children of Madame Legrand)
      Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
      Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

Cast Commentary


14 August 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 August 1876
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1)  That Blessed Baby (2)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 12 August 1876; Next 15 August 1876

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (2)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 12 August 1876; Next 15 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (2)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 12 August 1876; Next 15 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

15 August 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 August 1876
advertisement
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1)  That Blessed Baby (3)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 14 August 1876; Next 16 August 1876

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (3)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 14 August 1876; Next 16 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (3)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 14 August 1876; Next 16 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

16 August 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1876
advertisement
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1)  That Blessed Baby (4)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 15 August 1876; Next 17 August 1876

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (4)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 15 August 1876; Next 17 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (4)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 15 August 1876; Next 17 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

17 August 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 August 1876
advertisement
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1)  That Blessed Baby (5)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 16 August 1876; Next 18 August 1876

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (5)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 16 August 1876; Next 18 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (5)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 16 August 1876; Next 18 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

18 August 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1876
advertisement
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1)  That Blessed Baby (6)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 17 August 1876

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (6)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 17 August 1876; Next 19 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (6)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 17 August 1876; Next 19 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

19 August 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 August 1876
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1)  A Race for a Wife (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Frederick F. Cooper]

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Next 21 August 1876

Genre:  (Comedietta) original comedietta

First Night Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: E[rnest] Travers
Robert Green (the silent member): [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella (her daughter): E. Phillips

Cast Commentary

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (7)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 18 August 1876; Next 21 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (7)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 18 August 1876; Next 21 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

General, Music

General, Music Commentary


21 August 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 August 1876
advertisement
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1)  A Race for a Wife (2)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 19 August 1876; Next 22 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (8)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 19 August 1876; Next 22 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (8)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 19 August 1876; Next 22 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

22 August 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Race for a Wife (3)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 21 August 1876; Next 23 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (9)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 21 August 1876; Next 23 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (9)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 21 August 1876; Next 23 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

23 August 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Race for a Wife (4)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 22 August 1876; Next 24 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (10)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 22 August 1876; Next 24 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (10)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 22 August 1876; Next 24 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

24 August 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Race for a Wife (5)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 23 August 1876; Next 25 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (11)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 23 August 1876; Next 25 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (11)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 23 August 1876; Next 25 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

25 August 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Race for a Wife (6)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 24 August 1876; Next 26 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (12)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 24 August 1876; Next 26 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  Orson (12)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 24 August 1876; Next 26 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

26 August 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (13)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 25 August 1876; Next 28 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (13)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 25 August 1876; Next 28 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (7)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 25 August 1876; Next 28 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

28 August 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (14)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 26 August 1876; Next 29 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (14)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 26 August 1876; Next 29 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (8)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 26 August 1876; Next 29 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

29 August 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (15)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 28 August 1876; Next 30 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (15)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 28 August 1876; Next 30 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (9)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 28 August 1876; Next 30 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

30 August 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (16)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 29 August 1876; Next 31 August 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (16)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 29 August 1876; Next 31 August 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (10)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 29 August 1876; Next 31 August 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

31 August 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (17)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 30 August 1876; Next 1 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (17)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 30 August 1876; Next 1 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (11)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 30 August 1876; Next 1 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

1 September 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (18)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 31 August 1876; Next 2 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (18)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 31 August 1876; Next 2 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (12)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 31 August 1876; Next 2 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

2 September 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1876
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Orson (19)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 1 September 1876; Next 4 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (19)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 1 September 1876; Next 4 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (13)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 1 September 1876; Next 4 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

4 September 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 September 1876
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1)  Orson (20)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 2 September 1876; Next 5 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (20)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 2 September 1876; Next 5 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (14)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 2 September 1876; Next 5 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

5 September 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 September 1876
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1)  Orson (21)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 4 September 1876; Next 6 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (21)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 4 September 1876; Next 6 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (15)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 4 September 1876; Next 6 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

6 September 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1876
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1)  Orson (22)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 5 September 1876; Next 7 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (22)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 5 September 1876; Next 7 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (16)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 5 September 1876; Next 7 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

7 September 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 September 1876
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1)  Orson (23)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 6 September 1876; Next 8 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (23)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 6 September 1876; Next 8 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (17)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 6 September 1876; Next 8 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

8 September 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 September 1876
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1)  Orson (24)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 7 September 1876; Next 9 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (24)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 7 September 1876; Next 9 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (18)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 7 September 1876; Next 9 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

9 September 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1876
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1)  Orson (25)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 8 September 1876; Next 11 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (25)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 8 September 1876; Next 11 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (19)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 8 September 1876; Next 11 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

11 September 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 September 1876
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1)  Orson (26)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 9 September 1876; Next 12 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (26)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 9 September 1876; Next 12 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (20)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 9 September 1876; Next 12 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

12 September 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 September 1876
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1)  Orson (27)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 11 September 1876; Next 13 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (27)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 11 September 1876; Next 13 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (21)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 11 September 1876; Next 13 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

13 September 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1876
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1)  Orson (28)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 12 September 1876; Next 14 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (28)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 12 September 1876; Next 14 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (22)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 12 September 1876; Next 14 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

14 September 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 September 1876
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1)  Orson (29)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 13 September 1876; Next 15 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (29)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 13 September 1876; Next 15 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (23)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 13 September 1876; Next 15 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

15 September 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 September 1876
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1)  Orson (30)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 14 September 1876; Next 16 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (30)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 14 September 1876; Next 16 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (24)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 14 September 1876; Next 16 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

16 September 1876
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1876
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1)  Orson (31)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 15 September 1876; Next 18 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (31)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 15 September 1876; Next 18 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (25)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 15 September 1876; Next 18 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

18 September 1876
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 September 1876
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1)  Orson (32)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 16 September 1876; Next 19 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (32)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 16 September 1876; Next 19 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (26)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 16 September 1876; Next 19 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

19 September 1876
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 September 1876
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1)  Orson (33)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 18 September 1876; Next 20 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (33)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 18 September 1876; Next 20 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (27)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 18 September 1876; Next 20 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

20 September 1876
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1876
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1)  Orson (34)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 19 September 1876; Next 21 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (34)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 19 September 1876; Next 21 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (28)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 19 September 1876; Next 21 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

21 September 1876
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Orson (35)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 20 September 1876; Next 22 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (35)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 20 September 1876; Next 22 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (29)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 20 September 1876; Next 22 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

22 September 1876
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 September 1876
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Orson (36)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 21 September 1876

Cast:

an old soldier: W[illiam] McIntyre
Madame Legrand: Miss Edith Stuart
Henri Legrand: Master H[arry] Grattan
Emilie Legrand: Miss E[milie] Grattan
 

2)  Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (36)

Performances:  First 12 August 1876; Previous 21 September 1876

Cast:

Shawn the Post: J[ames] C. Williamson
Beamish MacCoul: W[illiam] Terriss
Colonel Bagenal O'Grady: S[amuel A.] Emery
Major Coffin: J[ames] G. Shore
The Secretary: W[illiam] McIntyre
Mr. Michael Feeny: Shiel Barry
Winterbottom: F[rank] Moreland
The Sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
Oiny Farrell: B[ernard] Cullen
Lanigan: Ernest Travers
Patsey: G. Elliott
Andy Regan: James
Tim Cogan: Smithson
Arrah Meelish: Miss Maggie Moore
Fanny Power: Miss Hudspeth
Katty: Miss Marion

3)  A Race for a Wife (30)

Performances:  First 19 August 1876; Previous 21 September 1876

Cast:

Sir Peckham Wry, M.P.: F[rank] Moreland
Richard Green: W[alter] Everard
Roland Green: Ernest Travers
Robert Green: [H?] Vaughan
Samuel: Smithson
Lady Wry: Miss Cicely Nott
Isabella: E. Phillips

Seasonal Summary

Royal Adelphi Theatre. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00. After June 23, doors open 7:00, curtain 7:30.

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

9 Oct 1875 - 22 Sep 1876; 296 performances: 292 evening, 4 matinee

Annual Benefit (2):John W. Anson (10 Apr 1876, 11 Apr 1876)
Dark (8):Ash Wednesday (1 Mar 1876)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1875)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1875)
Good Friday (14 Apr 1876)
Passion Week (12 Apr 1876, 13 Apr 1876, 15 Apr 1876)
Preparations for The Shaughraun (23 Dec 1875)
Testimonial (1):Edwin Canton F.R.C.S. (8 Feb 1876)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Webster, Benjamin N.
Lessees:Chatterton, Frederick B.
House managers:Chatterton, Frederick B.
Stage managers:Emery, Samuel A.
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:Hampton, Walter
Lloyds, Frederick
Scene painters:Hampton, Walter
Heath, W.
Leitch, William L.
Lloyds, Frederick
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.

Authors/Pieces

Baker, Thomas Colleen Bawn, The; or, The Brides of Garryowen (20 May 1876)
Boucicault, Dion L. Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding (12 Aug 1876)
Colleen Bawn, The; or, The Brides of Garryowen (20 May 1876)
Life of an Actress, The (10 Apr 1876)
Shaughraun, The (27 Dec 1875)
Clements, Arthur Two to One (10 Apr 1876)
Cooper, Frederick F. Race for a Wife, A (19 Aug 1876)
Edwards, H. Sutherland Goose with the Golden Eggs, The (9 Oct 1875)
Evans, Frederick Quicksilver Dick (22 Nov 1875)
Falconer, Edmund Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish (24 Jan 1876)
Grattan, Henry P. Orson (12 Aug 1876)
Halliday, Andrew Little Em'ly (30 Oct 1875)
Nicholas Nickleby (9 Oct 1875)
Mayhew, Augustus Goose with the Golden Eggs, The (9 Oct 1875)
Moore, F. That Blessed Baby (12 Aug 1876)
Morton, John M. Poor Pillicoddy (17 Apr 1876)
Parry, Thomas My Own Ghost (27 Dec 1875)
Selby, Charles Bonnie Fish Wife, The (11 Apr 1876)
Troughton, Adolphus C. Vandyke Brown (27 Dec 1875)
Unknown Fool of the Family, The (24 Apr 1876)
Great China Question, The (13 May 1876)
Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman (17 Apr 1876)
Williams, Thomas J. Turn Him Out (9 Oct 1875)

Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Shan Van Voght (24 Jan 1876)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Irish jig (24 Jan 1876)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted faction fight, The (24 Jan 1876)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Ante-room in the office (9 Oct 1875)
Ark on the sands, the (30 Oct 1875)
Armoury in Ballybetagh, the (12 Aug 1876)
Ballybetagh Castle, justice hall (12 Aug 1876)
Ballybetagh Castle (12 Aug 1876)
Barn, the (12 Aug 1876)
Barrack room (27 Dec 1875)
Beach at Yarmouth (30 Oct 1875)
Beach, the (30 Oct 1875)
Blaskets, the (27 Dec 1875)
Canterbury Cathedral by night (30 Oct 1875)
Cell in Ballybetagh, the (12 Aug 1876)
Coffee room in the Saracen's Head (9 Oct 1875)
Coot's nest, the (27 Dec 1875)
Country lane, a (9 Oct 1875)
Devil's Glen, the (12 Aug 1876)
Do-The-Boys Hall (9 Oct 1875)
Exeter Exchange (9 Oct 1875)
Exterior of Father Dolan's (27 Dec 1875)
Father Dolan's (27 Dec 1875)
Gate tower (27 Dec 1875)
Gravesend (30 Oct 1875)
Great Irish Rebellion of 1798 the Lover's Dingle among the Green Hills, The (24 Jan 1876)
Home of the parish priest (27 Dec 1875)
Interior of the Ark (30 Oct 1875)
Ivy wall, the (12 Aug 1876)
Keep, the (12 Aug 1876)
Lover's Dingle, the (24 Jan 1876)
Moonlight Glendalough I, ii Arrah's cabin at Laragh (12 Aug 1876)
Mr. Micawber's lodgings (30 Oct 1875)
Mrs. Nickleby's lodgings (9 Oct 1875)
Mrs. O'Kelly's cabin (27 Dec 1875)
Offices of Wickfield and Heep in Canterbury (30 Oct 1875)
Old quarry in the Dark Valley, the (24 Jan 1876)
Prison, the (12 Aug 1876)
Ralph Nickleby's office (9 Oct 1875)
Rath Garron Head (27 Dec 1875)
Return to the Ark, the (30 Oct 1875)
Road to London, the (9 Oct 1875)
Room in Ballybetagh, a (12 Aug 1876)
Room in Ballyragget House (27 Dec 1875)
Ruins of St. Bridget's Abbey (27 Dec 1875)
School room, the (9 Oct 1875)
Secretary's room, the (12 Aug 1876)
Seven years later the Pattern Fair, at Holy Well (24 Jan 1876)
Shanty, the (27 Dec 1875)
Snow Hill (9 Oct 1875)
Street I, vi the inn yard, a (9 Oct 1875)
Suilabeg (27 Dec 1875)
View of Canterbury (30 Oct 1875)
Wake of Conn, the Shaughraun, the (27 Dec 1875)
Watch tower (12 Aug 1876)
Wickfield's office, Canterbury (30 Oct 1875)
Wreck, the (30 Oct 1875)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Arrah-na-Pogue; or, The Wicklow Wedding

(Drama, 3 acts) by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author) (36 Performances, 12 Aug 1876 - 22 Sep 1876)

Summary Cast:

Bonnie Fish Wife, The

(Farce by Selby, Charles (Author) (1 Performances, 11 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Colleen Bawn, The; or, The Brides of Garryowen

(Drama by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author) (72 Performances, 20 May 1876 - 11 Aug 1876)

Summary Cast:

Fool of the Family, The

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (23 Performances, 24 Apr 1876 - 19 May 1876)

Summary Cast:

Goose with the Golden Eggs, The

(Farce by Edwards, H. Sutherland (Author); Mayhew, Augustus (Author) (64 Performances, 9 Oct 1875 - 22 Dec 1875)

Summary Cast:

Great China Question, The

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 13 May 1876)

Summary Cast:

Life of an Actress, The

(Drama, 4 acts) by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author) (2 Performances, 10 Apr 1876 - 11 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Little Em'ly

(Drama, 4 acts) by Halliday, Andrew (Author) (48 Performances, 30 Oct 1875 - 22 Dec 1875)

Summary Cast:

My Own Ghost

(Farce by Parry, Thomas (Author) (95 Performances, 27 Dec 1875 - 22 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Nicholas Nickleby

(Drama, 3 acts) by Halliday, Andrew (Author) (18 Performances, 9 Oct 1875 - 29 Oct 1875)

Summary Cast:

*  Orson

(Dramatic sketch by Grattan, Henry P. (Author) (36 Performances, 12 Aug 1876 - 22 Sep 1876)

Summary Cast:

Peep o' Day; or, Savourneen Deelish

(Drama, 4 acts) by Falconer, Edmund (Author) (66 Performances, 24 Jan 1876 - 8 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Poor Pillicoddy

(Farce by Morton, John M. (Author) (29 Performances, 17 Apr 1876 - 19 May 1876)

Summary Cast:

Quicksilver Dick

(Ballet by Evans, Frederick (Choreographer) (27 Performances, 22 Nov 1875 - 22 Dec 1875)

Summary Cast:

*  Race for a Wife, A

(Comedietta by Cooper, Frederick F. (Author) (30 Performances, 19 Aug 1876 - 22 Sep 1876)

Summary Cast:

Shaughraun, The

(Drama, 3 acts) by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author) (24 Performances, 27 Dec 1875 - 22 Jan 1876)

Summary Cast:

*  Struck Oil; or, The Pennsylvania Dutchman

(Comedy, 3 acts) by Unknown (Author) (101 Performances, 17 Apr 1876 - 11 Aug 1876)

Summary Cast:

That Blessed Baby

(Farce by Moore, F. (Author) (6 Performances, 12 Aug 1876 - 18 Aug 1876)

Summary Cast:

Turn Him Out

(Farce by Williams, Thomas J. (Author) (38 Performances, 9 Oct 1875 - 10 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Two to One

(Farce by Clements, Arthur (Author) (2 Performances, 10 Apr 1876 - 11 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Vandyke Brown

(Farce by Troughton, Adolphus C. (Author) (89 Performances, 27 Dec 1875 - 8 Apr 1876)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Anson, George W.

Barker

Barry, Shiel

Boucicault, Dion L.

Byrnes, M. D.

Calhaem, Stanislaus

Clarke, John

Cooper, Harwood

Cullen, Bernard

Day, Philip

Edwards

Elliott, G.

Emery, Samuel A.

Evans, Frederick

Everard, Walter

Falconer, Edmund

Fawn, James

Fernandez, James

Gates, Master

Grahame, J. G.

Grattan, Master Harry

James

Jamieson

Johnson

Jones, G. H.

McIntyre, William

Moreland, Frank

Morris

Phillips, E.

Shore, James G.

Sinclair, Henry

Smith, Christopher J.

Smithson

Stephenson, Charles H.

Terriss, William

Tomlin, E.

Travers, Ernest

Tremain

Vaughan, H.

White, P.

Williamson, James C.

Actresses

Bates, Miss

Boucicault, Mrs. Dion L.

Bufton, Miss Eleanor

Carter, Mrs. John

Charlton, Mrs.

Charlton, Miss Minnie

Coveney, Miss Harriet

Edmonds, Miss Minnie

Foote, Miss Lydia

Furtado, Miss Teresa E.

Grattan, Miss Emilie

Hudspeth, Miss

Jones, Miss Maria

Josephs, Miss Fanny

Manders, Mrs.

Marion, Miss

Mellon, Mrs. Alfred

Moore, Miss Maggie

Murray, Miss Alma

Nathan, Miss

Nott, Miss Cicely

Phillips, Miss Eleanor

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Stuart, Miss Edith

Warlow, Mrs.

Williams, Miss Gwynne

Wood, Miss

Entertainers

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Singers

Isaacs, Miss Florence

Isaacs, Miss Rebecca

General Music Composers/Pieces

Ascher, Joseph Fanfare Militaire (9 Oct 1875)
Barnard, J. Peep o' Day (24 Jan 1876)
Boieldieu, Francis A. Dame Blanche, La (20 May 1876)
Bosisio, Sig. Souvenir de Cadiz (24 Jan 1876)
Victoria (9 Oct 1875)
Bouillon, Mons. Pierre Flandre, La (19 Aug 1876)
Coote, Charles Lily of Killarney (24 Jan 1876)
Ellis, Edwin Struck Oil (20 May 1876)
Godfrey, Daniel Irish (19 Aug 1876)
Knight of St. Patrick (27 Dec 1875)
Gungl, Herr Joseph Prager, Die (27 Dec 1875)
Hamin, L. Van Operatic Potpourri (20 May 1876)
Herman, A. Esmeralda (24 Jan 1876)
Triumphale (19 Aug 1876)
Kalliwoda, Johann W. Op. 44 (9 Oct 1875)
Lanner, Josef F. Roses des Alpes, Les (20 May 1876)
Levey, William C. Arrah-na-Pogue (19 Aug 1876)
Levy, John Shaughraun, The (27 Dec 1875)
Musgrave, Frank Come Back to Erin (24 Jan 1876)
Robillard, Victor D'Un Tenor Pour Tout Faire (27 Dec 1875)
Rossini, Gioacchino A. Otello (20 May 1876)
Strauss, Johann Iris (19 Aug 1876)
Vandervell, W. Clan Campbell (9 Oct 1875)
Wallace, W. Vincent Maritana (9 Oct 1875)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Evans, Frederick Unlisted Title # 142 (22 Nov 1875)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Balaklava Charge (10 Apr 1876)



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