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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 1877-1878

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

Boucicault's melodrama After Dark opened in late August, 1877.  According to Sherson, who saw it earlier at the Princess's, "It was a very good specimen of a melodrama of London Life."

The sensation scene was on the Underground Railway (then somewhat of a novelty) where a man is laid on the rails, drugged, for the train to run over him.  Another of the dramatis personae is shut up in a neighbouring cellar and just manages to tear down the brickwork of the intervening wall before the train comes dashing by.  The act was worked up to perfection, and few sensation scenes of a later date have produced the same amount of excitement (London's Lost Theatres of the Nineteenth Century, p. 161).

In October another Boucicault revival, Formosa; or The Railroad to Ruin, shared the new bill with Burnand's Deal Boatman.  The Times found Boucicault's piece ridiculous and wondered why it had ever been popular.  It derided Boucicault's upper-class characters as unreal and impossible; "The young gentlemen of his ideal Universities run about London in their boating costume, which it is the custom of these gay young fellows to wear at all times and all places and company."  It judged the actors inferior to those in the original production, with the exception of Clara Jecks, who played little Lord Eden.  It did admire, however, the staging of the boat race on the Thames and the "picturesque 'set-piece'" of Formosa's villa at Fulham (2 November, p. 8).  Margaret Leighton was Formosa, the heroine of the piece.  The Adelphi public was less critical than the Times, keeping the play on the boards for some 15 weeks.

At Christmas, another pantomime, Robin Hood and his Merry Little Men, was performed entirely by children, as in the preceding season, but this year in matinee performances only.  The Theatre warmly praised "Chatterton's company of mannikin artists...Thanks to these and to the clever arrangement of Messrs. Stafford Hall, Bradwell, Ellis, and John Cormack, a delightful scene is made out of the Market Place of Nottingham and its May Fair of 1188; and indeed, the whole pantomime is refined and pretty and spirited from beginning to end" (26 December, p. 338).  More mature and skilled pantomimists appeared in the evenings:

The most genuinely amusing pantomime fooling takes place at the Adelphi, where, after a display of dancing and contortion quite unequalled in its way by three acrobats known as the Girards, who have won a high and deserved reputation at music halls, a number of pantomimists, styling themselves the Martinetti troupe, give an admirable performance.  Anyone desirous of knowing of what pantomime is capable should see this representation, the whole of which occupies little more than half an hour (Athenæum, 5 January, p. 29).

From 11 February until 6 April, the Carl Rosa Opera Company took the Adelphi.  This company, famous for training young singers and giving opera in English, was founded in 1875, but by 1878, it had already a distinct character the critics respected.  The Theatre said, "Completeness of ensemble and fidelity to the text of composers have been the chief objects aimed at for some time by Mr. Carl Rosa...He has now bid farewell to the 'star' system, and he has claimed support for his company, as a combination of competent and satisfactory artistes, whose united efforts ensure a faithful rendering of the works in which they take part" (20 February, p. 49).

This season the company offered Otto Nicolai's The Merry Wives of Windsor.  The Standard was particularly impressed:

The wives perched among the branches of Herne's Oak, the demons in the background, Sir John with the horns on his head, the glittering fairies engrouped around the tree—and the knight may well have been excused for accepting Mrs. Ford as a veritable woodland fairy, if she appeared and sang as her representative at this theatre does—with moonbeams allowing a silvery light over the whole scene, constitute a picture which no wise person will miss, and which few will fail long to remember, beautiful as it is by the charm of Nicolai's music (quoted in the Times, 14 February 1878).

Other pieces included Sir Julius Benedict's Lily of Killarney (derived from Boucicault's Colleen Bawn ); Ignaz Brull's The Golden Cross, (a popular piece that attracted a large audience because "the production of a new opera is so rare an event in London" Theatre, 6 March); Michael Balfe's Bohemian Girl; Gounod's Faust (with Marie Fechter, daughter of the famous actor, singing Marguerite in her first English appearance); Wagner's Flying Dutchman ("The audiences here are spellbound," The Athenæum said); Mozart's Marriage of Figaro; and Vincent Wallace's Maritana ("which was performed with a poor cast," according to the Theatre).

It appears from the reviews these operas drew large and enthusiastic audiences.  The reviews were with very few exceptions laudatory.  They consistently emphasized the ensemble work rather than the excellence of individual singers, although many well-regarded English singers performed, including Charles Lyall, W. Ludwig, J. W. Turner and T. Aynsley Cook.  Of these, the critics noticed Ludwig most often.

After a recess of two weeks, during which James Macintosh redecorated the theatre, the Adelphi performers returned with a Burnand melodrama.  The Athenæum called Proof "a typical Adelphi melo-drama but for one omission.  It is wholly without comic interest," and attributed this omission to a dearth of low comedians on the English stage at this time.  It thought Proof "a very powerful drama," but badly staged and poorly acted (27 April, p. 550).  A program from the Westminster Public Library offers a corroborative manuscript commentary.  The aggrieved writer states, among other things, "Emery made his part a duet with the prompter, and allowed his character to drop down to the level of a comic servant."  Several reviews were generally favorable, and the play became a great popular success, running for several months.

This was Chatterton's last year as manager.  His various theatrical ventures had not, overall, succeeded.  He had become acting manager of the Lyceum in 1857, was lessee of the St. James's in 1859, and was associated with Drury Lane beginning in 1863, becoming lessee in 1866.  Five years later, he had entered into co-management of the Adelphi with Ben Webster.  After leaving the Adelphi, he struggled to keep Drury Lane solvent, but in February 1879, he closed that theatre when his debts reached 36,000 pounds.  He is credited with the famous aphorism "Shakespeare spells ruin, and [Lord] Byron bankruptcy" (Adams, Dictionary of the Drama, I, 277).

The editors have designated 31 August as the end of this season.

FM

Daily Calendar for 1877-1878


25 August 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (1)

Author: Dion L. Boucicault

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Next 27 August 1877

Genre:  (Drama) popular drama; 4 acts, 1 tableau

First Night Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Commentary

Entertainment

Entertainment Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

General, Commentary


27 August 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (2)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 25 August 1877; Next 28 August 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

28 August 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (3)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 27 August 1877; Next 29 August 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

29 August 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
29 August 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (1)

Title Comment:  MS gloss on program—"Friday 26th Oct/77"

Author: [Edward L. Blanchard]; Choreographer: [John Cormack]

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Next 1 September 1877

Genre:  (Pantomime) children's pantomime

First Night Cast:

Rose de L'Amour (surnamed Red Riding Hood): Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon (a young villager): Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin (of the Chateau Loup): Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey (the Old Man of the Hill): Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette (mother of Red Riding Hood): Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona (Fairy Queen of the Apples): Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil (her chief piper): Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains (the miller): Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

Cast Commentary


29 August 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (4)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 28 August 1877; Next 30 August 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

30 August 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (5)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 29 August 1877; Next 31 August 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

31 August 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (6)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 30 August 1877; Next 1 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: H. Jackson
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

1 September 1877
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
1 September 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (2)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 29 August 1877; Next 1 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

1 September 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (7)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 31 August 1877; Next 3 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes (replaces H. Jackson)

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (3)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 1 September 1877; Next 3 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

3 September 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (8)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 1 September 1877; Next 4 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (4)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 1 September 1877; Next 4 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

4 September 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (9)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 3 September 1877; Next 5 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (5)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 3 September 1877; Next 5 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

5 September 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
1 September 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (6)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 4 September 1877; Next 5 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

5 September 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (10)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 4 September 1877; Next 6 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (7)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 5 September 1877; Next 6 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

6 September 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (11)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 5 September 1877; Next 7 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (8)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 5 September 1877; Next 7 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

7 September 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (12)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 6 September 1877; Next 8 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (9)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 6 September 1877; Next 8 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

8 September 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (13)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 7 September 1877; Next 10 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (10)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 7 September 1877; Next 10 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

10 September 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (14)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 8 September 1877; Next 11 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (11)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 8 September 1877; Next 11 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

11 September 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (15)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 10 September 1877; Next 12 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (12)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 10 September 1877; Next 12 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

12 September 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
12 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (13)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 11 September 1877; Next 12 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

12 September 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (16)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 11 September 1877; Next 13 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (14)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 12 September 1877; Next 13 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

13 September 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (17)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 12 September 1877; Next 14 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (15)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 12 September 1877; Next 14 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

14 September 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (18)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 13 September 1877; Next 15 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (16)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 13 September 1877; Next 15 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

15 September 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (19)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 14 September 1877; Next 17 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (17)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 14 September 1877; Next 17 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

17 September 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (20)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 15 September 1877; Next 18 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (18)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 15 September 1877; Next 18 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

18 September 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (21)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 17 September 1877; Next 19 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (19)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 17 September 1877; Next 19 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

19 September 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
19 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (20)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 18 September 1877; Next 19 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

19 September 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (22)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 18 September 1877; Next 20 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: W[illiam] Terriss
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: S[amuel A.] Emery
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (21)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 19 September 1877; Next 20 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

20 September 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (23)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 19 September 1877; Next 21 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair (replaces S[amuel A.] Emery)
  Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache (replaces W[illiam] Terriss)

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (22)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 19 September 1877; Next 21 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

21 September 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (24)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 20 September 1877; Next 22 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (23)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 20 September 1877; Next 22 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

22 September 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (25)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 21 September 1877; Next 24 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (24)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 21 September 1877; Next 24 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

24 September 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (26)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 22 September 1877; Next 25 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (25)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 22 September 1877; Next 25 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

25 September 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (27)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 24 September 1877; Next 26 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (26)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 24 September 1877; Next 26 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

26 September 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
26 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (27)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 25 September 1877; Next 26 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

26 September 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (28)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 25 September 1877; Next 27 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (28)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 26 September 1877; Next 27 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

27 September 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (29)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 26 September 1877; Next 28 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (29)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 26 September 1877; Next 28 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

28 September 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (30)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 27 September 1877; Next 29 September 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (30)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 27 September 1877; Next 29 September 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

29 September 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (31)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 28 September 1877; Next 1 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (31)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 28 September 1877; Next 1 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

1 October 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (32)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 29 September 1877; Next 2 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (32)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 29 September 1877; Next 2 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

2 October 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (33)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 1 October 1877; Next 3 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (33)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 1 October 1877; Next 3 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

3 October 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
3 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (34)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 2 October 1877; Next 3 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

3 October 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (34)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 2 October 1877; Next 4 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (35)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 3 October 1877; Next 4 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

4 October 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (35)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 3 October 1877; Next 5 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (36)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 3 October 1877; Next 5 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

5 October 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (36)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 4 October 1877; Next 6 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (37)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 4 October 1877; Next 6 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

6 October 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (37)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 5 October 1877; Next 8 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (38)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 5 October 1877; Next 8 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

8 October 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (38)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 6 October 1877; Next 9 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (39)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 6 October 1877; Next 9 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

9 October 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (39)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 8 October 1877; Next 10 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (40)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 8 October 1877; Next 10 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

10 October 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
10 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (41)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 9 October 1877; Next 10 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

10 October 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (40)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 9 October 1877; Next 11 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (42)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 10 October 1877; Next 11 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

11 October 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (41)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 10 October 1877; Next 12 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (43)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 10 October 1877; Next 12 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

12 October 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (42)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 11 October 1877; Next 13 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (44)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 11 October 1877; Next 13 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

13 October 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (43)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 12 October 1877; Next 15 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (45)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 12 October 1877; Next 15 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

15 October 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (44)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 13 October 1877; Next 16 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (46)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 13 October 1877; Next 16 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

16 October 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (45)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 15 October 1877; Next 17 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (47)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 15 October 1877; Next 17 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

17 October 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
17 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (48)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 16 October 1877; Next 17 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

17 October 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (46)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 16 October 1877; Next 18 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (49)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 17 October 1877; Next 18 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

18 October 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (47)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 17 October 1877; Next 19 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (50)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 17 October 1877; Next 19 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

19 October 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (48)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 18 October 1877; Next 20 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: F[rank] Moreland
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Edith Stuart
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (51)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 18 October 1877; Next 20 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

20 October 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (49)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 19 October 1877; Next 22 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes (replaces F[rank] Moreland)
  Eliza: Miss Alma Murray (replaces Miss Edith Stuart)

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (52)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 19 October 1877; Next 22 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

22 October 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (50)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 20 October 1877; Next 23 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (53)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 20 October 1877; Next 23 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

23 October 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (51)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 22 October 1877; Next 24 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (54)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 22 October 1877; Next 24 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

24 October 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
24 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (55)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 23 October 1877; Next 24 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

24 October 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (52)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 23 October 1877; Next 25 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (56)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 24 October 1877; Next 25 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

25 October 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (53)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 24 October 1877; Next 26 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (57)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 24 October 1877; Next 26 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

26 October 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1877
program
New York Public Library

1)  After Dark, a Tale of London Life (54)

Performances:  First 25 August 1877; Previous 25 October 1877

Cast:

Sir George Medhurst: Luigi Lablache
Gordon Chumley: J[ames] G. Shore
Chandos Bellingham: Howard Russell
Pointer: H. Naylor
Crumpets: M. D. Byrnes
Jem: Marshall
Josey: Jones
The Bargee: [Charles?] Coote
Eliza: Miss Alma Murray
Old Tom: [Henry?] Sinclair
Dicey Morris: F[rederick] Hughes
Area Jack: Miss Lizzie Coote
Marker: Thomas
news boy: Master Graham
The Colonel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
shoeblack: Master [Napier] Barry
match girl: Miss Wilson
Nick: Hewitt
waiter: Griffiths
Rose Egerton: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (58)

Title Comment:  MS gloss on program—"Friday 26th Oct/77"

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 25 October 1877; Next 31 October 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

27 October 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Deal Boatman (1)

Author: Francis C. Burnand

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Next 29 October 1877

Genre:  (Drama) romantic drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie (his nephew): Luigi Lablache
George Prescott (M.A. a poor relation of Sir John, acting as tutor to Edward): Howard Russell
Jacob Vance (a Deal boatman): S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber (a pilot's apprentice): G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett (a Deal pilot): F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt (Jacob Vance's sister-in-law): Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

Scenery Description

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (1)

Title Comment:  MS gloss on program—"Thursday 22nd November 1877"

Author: Dion L. Boucicault

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Next 29 October 1877

Genre:  (Drama) drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

General, Music


29 October 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Deal Boatman (2)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 27 October 1877; Next 30 October 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (2)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 27 October 1877; Next 30 October 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

30 October 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Deal Boatman (3)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 October 1877; Next 31 October 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (3)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 October 1877; Next 31 October 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

31 October 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
31 October 1877
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1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (59)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 26 October 1877; Next 7 November 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

31 October 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1877
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1)  The Deal Boatman (4)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 30 October 1877; Next 1 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (4)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 30 October 1877; Next 1 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

1 November 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1877
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The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (5)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 31 October 1877; Next 2 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (5)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 31 October 1877; Next 2 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2 November 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1877
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1)  The Deal Boatman (6)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 November 1877; Next 3 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (6)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 November 1877; Next 3 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3 November 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (7)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 2 November 1877; Next 5 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (7)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 2 November 1877; Next 5 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

5 November 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (8)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 3 November 1877; Next 6 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (8)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 3 November 1877; Next 6 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

6 November 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (9)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 November 1877; Next 7 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (9)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 November 1877; Next 7 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

7 November 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
7 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (60)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 31 October 1877; Next 14 November 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

7 November 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (10)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 6 November 1877; Next 8 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (10)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 6 November 1877; Next 8 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

8 November 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (11)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 7 November 1877; Next 9 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (11)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 7 November 1877; Next 9 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

9 November 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (12)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 November 1877; Next 10 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (12)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 November 1877; Next 10 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

10 November 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (13)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 9 November 1877; Next 12 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (13)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 9 November 1877; Next 12 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

12 November 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (14)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 10 November 1877; Next 13 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (14)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 10 November 1877; Next 13 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

13 November 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (15)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 12 November 1877; Next 14 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (15)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 12 November 1877; Next 14 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

14 November 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Little Red Riding Hood; or, Harlequin Grandmama (61)

Performances:  First 29 August 1877; Previous 7 November 1877

Cast:

Rose de L'Amour: Miss Emilie Grattan
Bonbon: Master H[arry] Grattan
Baron Malvoisin: Master Napier Barry
Hokey Pokey: Miss Ada [C.] Blanche
Madame Minette: Miss Louise Neville
The Grandmama: Miss Annie Cooper
Pomona: Miss Kate Abrahams
Nonpareil: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
fairies of the fruits:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cousins
      Miss Large
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Mullins
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Leary
      Miss Robins
      Miss Vominico
      Miss Bates
peasants and country lasses:
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Miss Rosy Smith
      Miss E[llen] Feldon
      Miss Bella Goward
      Miss W[eevie] Goward
      Master Morgan
      Master Tabb
      Master Graham
      Master Gates
      Master Bates
      Master Messer
      Master Hummell
      Master Ealy
      Master Tuck
      Master McIntosh
      Master Cox
      Master Allgood
      Master Hawkins
      Master Haynes
      Master Crowder[-2]
Corneygrains: Miss Kate Seymour
miller's men:
      "Humble"
      "Mumble"
      "Grumble"
      "Stumble"
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

14 November 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (16)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 13 November 1877; Next 15 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (16)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 13 November 1877; Next 15 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: E[rnest] Travers
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

15 November 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (17)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 14 November 1877; Next 16 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (17)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 14 November 1877; Next 16 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

Cast Changes:

BUT  Welch: B[ernard] Cullen (replaces E[rnest] Travers)

16 November 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1877
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1)  The Deal Boatman (18)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 15 November 1877; Next 17 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (18)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 15 November 1877; Next 17 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

17 November 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (19)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 16 November 1877; Next 19 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (19)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 16 November 1877; Next 19 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: J[ames] B. Howard
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

19 November 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (20)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 17 November 1877; Next 20 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (20)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 17 November 1877; Next 20 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache (replaces J[ames] B. Howard)

20 November 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (21)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 19 November 1877; Next 21 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (21)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 19 November 1877; Next 21 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

21 November 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (22)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 20 November 1877; Next 22 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (22)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 20 November 1877; Next 22 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

22 November 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1877
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  The Deal Boatman (23)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 21 November 1877; Next 23 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (23)

Title Comment:  MS gloss on program—"Thursday 22nd November 1877"

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 21 November 1877; Next 23 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

23 November 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1877
advertisement
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1)  The Deal Boatman (24)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 22 November 1877; Next 24 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (24)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 22 November 1877; Next 24 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

24 November 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (25)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 23 November 1877; Next 26 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (25)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 23 November 1877; Next 26 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

26 November 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (26)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 24 November 1877; Next 27 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (26)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 24 November 1877; Next 27 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

27 November 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (27)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 26 November 1877; Next 28 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (27)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 26 November 1877; Next 28 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

28 November 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (28)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 27 November 1877; Next 29 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (28)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 27 November 1877; Next 29 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

29 November 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (29)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 28 November 1877; Next 30 November 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (29)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 28 November 1877; Next 30 November 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

30 November 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (30)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 November 1877; Next 1 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (30)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 November 1877; Next 1 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

1 December 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1877
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1)  The Deal Boatman (31)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 30 November 1877; Next 3 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (31)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 30 November 1877; Next 3 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3 December 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1877
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1)  The Deal Boatman (32)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 December 1877; Next 4 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (32)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 December 1877; Next 4 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

4 December 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1877
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The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (33)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 3 December 1877; Next 5 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (33)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 3 December 1877; Next 5 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

5 December 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (34)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 4 December 1877; Next 6 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (34)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 4 December 1877; Next 6 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

6 December 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (35)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 December 1877; Next 7 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (35)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 December 1877; Next 7 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

7 December 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (36)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 6 December 1877; Next 8 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (36)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 6 December 1877; Next 8 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

8 December 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (37)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 7 December 1877; Next 10 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (37)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 7 December 1877; Next 10 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

10 December 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (38)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 December 1877; Next 11 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (38)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 December 1877; Next 11 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

11 December 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (39)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 10 December 1877; Next 12 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (39)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 10 December 1877; Next 12 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

12 December 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (40)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 11 December 1877; Next 13 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (40)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 11 December 1877; Next 13 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

13 December 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (41)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 12 December 1877; Next 14 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (41)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 12 December 1877; Next 14 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

14 December 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (42)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 13 December 1877; Next 15 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (42)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 13 December 1877; Next 15 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

15 December 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (43)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 14 December 1877; Next 17 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (43)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 14 December 1877; Next 17 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

17 December 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (44)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 15 December 1877; Next 18 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (44)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 15 December 1877; Next 18 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

18 December 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (45)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 17 December 1877; Next 19 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (45)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 17 December 1877; Next 19 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

19 December 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (46)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 18 December 1877; Next 20 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (46)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 18 December 1877; Next 20 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

20 December 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Deal Boatman (47)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 19 December 1877; Next 21 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: Howard Russell
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (47)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 19 December 1877; Next 21 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

21 December 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Deal Boatman (48)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 20 December 1877

Cast:

Sir John Houghton: James Johnstone
Edward Leslie: Luigi Lablache
George Prescott: J[ames] G. Shore
Jacob Vance: S[amuel A.] Emery
Matt Bramber: G[eorge H.] Weston
Phil Burkett: F. Morris
Mrs. Bridgitt: Miss Stembridge
Mary Vance: Miss Alma Murray

Cast Changes:

BUT  George Prescott: J[ames] G. Shore (replaces Howard Russell)

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (48)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 20 December 1877; Next 22 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Collidian
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: McDonald
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: H. Naylor
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

Illustration: Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men  [1st Performance Dec 22, 1877]


 
Title:Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men
Description:Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men by Edward L. Blanchard--a pantomime performed by children.  Harry Grattan played Robin Hood and his sister, Emilie, Maid Marion.
1st Performance:Dec 22, 1877
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News?, Dec 29, 1877
Review:The Illustrated London News?, Dec 29, 1877, p. 2

 

"ROBIN HOOD" AT THE ADELPHI.

The notion of a children's pantomime having been justified by its success last Christmas [Little Goody Two Shoes], it is no wonder that the example should be followed in the present.  The new production, having Robin Hood for its hero, is the work of the same Old Boy who contrived its immediate predecessor.  We have already told how the Sheriff of Nottingham pursued the hero into Sherwood Forest and attempted to seize upon Maid Marian, but was soon worsted by his gallant antagonist and would have come to further grief but that his wrath is stayed by the intercession of the compassionate damsel.  This scene is depicted in our illustration.  On this, the crowning incident of the pantomime, the fairy guardian of the forest appears and changes the characters.  The situation is striking, and, indeed, full of dramatic interest.


22 December 1877
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; performed entirely by children

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

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Next 24 December 1877

Time:  2:30  Genre:  (Pantomime) new children's pantomime

First Night Cast:

Sylvia (fairy guardian of the forest): Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple (first fairy): Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut (second fairy): Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master Harry Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss Connie Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

Song

Dance

Scenery Description

Costume Credits

General, Commentary


22 December 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (49)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 21 December 1877; Next 24 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

Cast Changes:

BUT  Burbage: [Henry] Field (replaces McDonald)
  Merival: Miller (replaces Collidian)
  Murray: Cooper (replaces H. Naylor)

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Edward L. Blanchard]; Author: [Thomas L. Greenwood]

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Next 24 December 1877

Genre:  (Extravaganza) entirely new and exceedingly diabolical, pantomimic, pictorial piece of preternatural impossibility, written by the brothers Grinn; 2 scenes, harlequinade of 2 scenes

First Night Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk (landlord of the "Golden Pippin"): F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss (farmer): M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler (victim to impecuniosity): Edward J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
(inhabitants of the castle)
      Schwarz Zuiklebaft (the enchanted barber): Julian Girard
      Hauser Kackrenwitz (the enchanted steward): Robert Girard
      Frau Hunbschnappen (the enchanted housekeeper): Emile Girard
(characters in the novel harlequinade)
      Pierot: Paul Martinetti
      Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
      Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
      Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
      Gander (a fop): S. Harry
      Duval (sculptor): Don
      Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
      Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
      Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
            H. Marshall
            H[enry] Field

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary


24 December 1877
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (2)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 22 December 1877; Next 26 December 1877

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

24 December 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (50)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 22 December 1877; Next 26 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (2)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 22 December 1877; Next 26 December 1877

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

25 December 1877
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1877
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (3)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 24 December 1877; Next 27 December 1877

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

26 December 1877
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (51)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 24 December 1877; Next 27 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (3)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 24 December 1877; Next 27 December 1877

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

27 December 1877
Thursday  Matinee
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (4)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 26 December 1877; Next 28 December 1877

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

27 December 1877
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (52)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 26 December 1877; Next 28 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (4)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 26 December 1877; Next 28 December 1877

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

28 December 1877
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
22 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (5)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 27 December 1877; Next 29 December 1877

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

28 December 1877
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (53)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 27 December 1877; Next 29 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (5)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 27 December 1877; Next 29 December 1877

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

29 December 1877
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
29 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (6)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 28 December 1877; Next 31 December 1877

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

29 December 1877
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1877
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (54)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 28 December 1877; Next 31 December 1877

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

2)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (6)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 28 December 1877; Next 31 December 1877

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

31 December 1877
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
31 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (7)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 29 December 1877; Next 1 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

31 December 1877
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1877
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (1)

Title Comment:  later program 26 Jan confirms this pc is identical to Harlequinade originally billed as part of Enchanted Barber

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Next 1 January 1878

Genre:  (Pantomime) pantomime

Cast Commentary

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (55)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 December 1877; Next 1 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (7)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 29 December 1877; Next 1 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

1 January 1878
Tuesday  Matinee
Adelphi
1 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (8)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 31 December 1877; Next 2 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

1 January 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (2)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 31 December 1877; Next 2 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (56)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 31 December 1877; Next 2 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (8)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 31 December 1877; Next 2 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

2 January 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
2 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (9)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 1 January 1878; Next 3 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

2 January 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (3)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 1 January 1878; Next 3 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (57)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 January 1878; Next 3 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (9)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 1 January 1878; Next 3 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

3 January 1878
Thursday  Matinee
Adelphi
3 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (10)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 2 January 1878; Next 4 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

3 January 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (4)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 2 January 1878; Next 4 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (58)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 2 January 1878; Next 4 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (10)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 2 January 1878; Next 4 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

4 January 1878
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
4 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (11)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 3 January 1878; Next 5 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

4 January 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (5)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 3 January 1878; Next 5 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (59)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 3 January 1878; Next 5 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (11)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 3 January 1878; Next 5 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

5 January 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
5 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (12)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 4 January 1878; Next 7 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

5 January 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (6)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 4 January 1878; Next 8 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (60)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 4 January 1878; Next 8 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (12)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 4 January 1878; Next 8 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

7 January 1878
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
7 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (13)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 5 January 1878; Next 9 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

8 January 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (7)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 5 January 1878; Next 9 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (61)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 January 1878; Next 9 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (13)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 5 January 1878; Next 9 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

9 January 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
9 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (14)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 7 January 1878; Next 10 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

9 January 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (8)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 8 January 1878; Next 10 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (62)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 January 1878; Next 10 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (14)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 8 January 1878; Next 10 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

10 January 1878
Thursday  Matinee
Adelphi
10 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (15)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 9 January 1878; Next 11 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

10 January 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (9)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 9 January 1878; Next 11 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (63)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 9 January 1878; Next 11 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (15)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 9 January 1878; Next 11 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

11 January 1878
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
11 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (16)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 10 January 1878; Next 12 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

11 January 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (10)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 10 January 1878; Next 12 January 1878

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (64)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 10 January 1878; Next 12 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  The Enchanted Barber; or, Hans Ketzler's Close Shave (16)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 10 January 1878

Cast:

Jacob Gottschalk: F[rederick] Hughes
Peter Klauss: M. D. Byrnes
Hans Ketzler: E[dward] J. George
Gretchen Gottschalk: Miss Clara Jecks
Schwarz Zuiklebaft: Julian Girard
Hauser Kackrenwitz: Robert Girard
Frau Hunbschnappen: Emile Girard
Pierot: Paul Martinetti
Old Cassandre: Alfred Martinetti
Harlequin: Edvirdo Velardi
Columbine: Miss Josephine Martinetti
Gander: S. Harry
Duval: Don
Mr. Gobber: F[rederick] Smithson
Nanette: Miss Minnie Edmonds
Rabateur and souffleur, musicians:
      H. Marshall
      [Henry] Field

12 January 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
12 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (17)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 11 January 1878; Next 14 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

12 January 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (1)

Author: W[illiam] E. Suter

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Next 14 January 1878

Genre:  (Farce) screaming farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Moggridge (victim to the green monster): [George H.] Weston
Harry Fielding (rather prepossessing and rather fast): E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf (of the People's Tea-pot, Sarah's young man): Edward J. George
Mrs. Moggridge (sympathetic Mamma): Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta (admired and admirer of Harry): Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs (maid-of-all-work, with a strong antipathy to white hats): Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (65)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 11 January 1878; Next 14 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (11)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 11 January 1878; Next 14 January 1878


14 January 1878
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (18)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 12 January 1878; Next 15 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

14 January 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Sarah's Young Man (2)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 12 January 1878; Next 15 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (66)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 12 January 1878; Next 15 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (12)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 12 January 1878; Next 15 January 1878


15 January 1878
Tuesday  Matinee
Adelphi
15 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (19)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 14 January 1878; Next 16 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

15 January 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (3)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 14 January 1878; Next 16 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (67)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 14 January 1878; Next 16 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (13)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 14 January 1878; Next 16 January 1878


16 January 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
16 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (20)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 15 January 1878; Next 17 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

16 January 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (4)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 15 January 1878; Next 17 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (68)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 15 January 1878; Next 17 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (14)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 15 January 1878; Next 17 January 1878


17 January 1878
Thursday  Matinee
Adelphi
17 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (21)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 16 January 1878; Next 18 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

17 January 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (5)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 16 January 1878; Next 18 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (69)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 16 January 1878; Next 18 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (15)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 16 January 1878; Next 18 January 1878


18 January 1878
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
18 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (22)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 17 January 1878; Next 19 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

18 January 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (6)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 17 January 1878; Next 19 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (70)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 17 January 1878; Next 19 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (16)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 17 January 1878; Next 19 January 1878


19 January 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
19 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (23)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 18 January 1878; Next 21 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

19 January 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (7)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 18 January 1878; Next 21 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (71)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 18 January 1878; Next 21 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (17)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 18 January 1878; Next 21 January 1878


21 January 1878
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
21 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (24)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 19 January 1878; Next 23 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

21 January 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (8)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 19 January 1878; Next 22 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (72)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 19 January 1878; Next 22 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (18)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 19 January 1878; Next 22 January 1878


22 January 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (9)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 21 January 1878; Next 23 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (73)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 21 January 1878; Next 23 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (19)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 21 January 1878; Next 23 January 1878


23 January 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
23 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (25)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 21 January 1878; Next 26 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

23 January 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (10)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 22 January 1878; Next 24 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (74)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 22 January 1878; Next 24 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (20)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 22 January 1878; Next 24 January 1878


24 January 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (11)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 23 January 1878; Next 25 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (75)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 23 January 1878; Next 25 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (21)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 23 January 1878; Next 25 January 1878


25 January 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (12)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 24 January 1878; Next 26 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (76)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 24 January 1878; Next 26 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (22)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 24 January 1878; Next 26 January 1878


26 January 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
26 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (26)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 23 January 1878; Next 28 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

26 January 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (13)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 25 January 1878; Next 28 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (77)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 25 January 1878; Next 28 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (23)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 25 January 1878; Next 28 January 1878


28 January 1878
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
28 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (27)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 26 January 1878; Next 29 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

28 January 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (14)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 26 January 1878; Next 29 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (78)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 26 January 1878; Next 29 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (24)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 26 January 1878; Next 29 January 1878


29 January 1878
Tuesday  Matinee
Adelphi
29 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (28)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 28 January 1878; Next 30 January 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

29 January 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (15)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 28 January 1878; Next 30 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (79)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 28 January 1878; Next 30 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (25)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 28 January 1878; Next 30 January 1878


30 January 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (29)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 29 January 1878; Next 2 February 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

30 January 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (16)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 29 January 1878; Next 31 January 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (80)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 29 January 1878; Next 31 January 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (26)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 29 January 1878; Next 31 January 1878


31 January 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (17)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 30 January 1878; Next 1 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (81)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 30 January 1878; Next 1 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (27)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 30 January 1878; Next 1 February 1878


1 February 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (18)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 31 January 1878; Next 2 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (82)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 31 January 1878; Next 2 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (28)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 31 January 1878; Next 2 February 1878


2 February 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
2 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (30)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 30 January 1878; Next 4 February 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

2 February 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (19)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 1 February 1878; Next 4 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (83)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 1 February 1878; Next 4 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (29)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 1 February 1878; Next 4 February 1878


4 February 1878
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
4 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (31)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 2 February 1878; Next 6 February 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

4 February 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (20)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 2 February 1878; Next 5 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (84)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 2 February 1878; Next 5 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (30)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 2 February 1878; Next 5 February 1878


5 February 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (21)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 4 February 1878; Next 6 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (85)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 4 February 1878; Next 6 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (31)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 4 February 1878; Next 6 February 1878


6 February 1878
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
6 January 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (32)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 4 February 1878; Next 9 February 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

6 February 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (22)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 5 February 1878; Next 7 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (86)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 5 February 1878; Next 7 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (32)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 5 February 1878; Next 7 February 1878


7 February 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (23)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 6 February 1878; Next 8 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (87)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 6 February 1878; Next 8 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (33)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 6 February 1878; Next 8 February 1878


8 February 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (24)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 7 February 1878; Next 9 February 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (88)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 7 February 1878; Next 9 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (34)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 7 February 1878; Next 9 February 1878


9 February 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
9 February 1878
program
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Robin Hood and His Merry Little Men (33)

Performances:  First 22 December 1877; Previous 6 February 1878

Cast:

Sylvia: Miss Kate Abrahams
Oakapple: Miss Louise Neville
Woodnut: Miss Bella Goward
other fairies of the forest:
      Miss Hadley
      Miss Sard
      Miss Cowley
      Miss Large
      Miss A[nnie] Taylor
      Miss Hughes
      Miss Clark
      Miss Allen
      Miss S. Bainbridge
      Miss A. Bainbridge
      Miss Davis
      Miss L. Crowley
      Miss Harris
      Miss Perry
      Miss Mills
      Miss Campbell
      Miss Clother
      Miss Bates
      Miss Cousins
Cupid: Miss [Ada?] Cerito
Robin Hood: Master H[arry] Grattan
Maid Marian: Miss Emilie Grattan
Little John: Miss Kate Seymour
Friar Tuck: Master Messer
Will Scarlet: Master McIntosh
Allan-a-Dale: Master Morgan
Will Stukeley: Master Cox
George a-Green: Master Coiley
The Pindar of Wakefield: Master Tabb
Much, the miller's son: Master Ealy
more merry men:
      Master Tuck
      Master Crowder[-1]
      Master Bennett
      Master Avery
      Master Pinwar
      Master Hawkins
The Jolly Butcher: Master Wilson
Sheriff of Nottingham: Master Napier Barry
Guy of Gisbourne: Master Walter Gates
rangers:
      Master W. Crowder
      Master G. Bates
      Master C. Smith
      Master Mason
Harlequins:
      Miss C[onnie] Gilchrist
      Miss Bella Goward
Columbines:
      Miss Carrie Coote
      Miss Martha Taylor
Pantaloons:
      Master Walter Meadows
      Master Harry Wilson
Clowns:
      Master Bertie Coote
      Master Alfred West

9 February 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (25)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 8 February 1878; Next 4 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: G[eorge H.] Weston
Harry Fielding: E[rnest] Travers
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Cicely Nott
Araminta: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Formosa; or, The Railroad to Ruin (89)

Performances:  First 27 October 1877; Previous 8 February 1878

Cast:

Dr. Doremus: James Johnstone
Compton Kerr: J[ames] G. Shore
Major Jorum: Henry Sinclair
Sir John Talbot: Douglas
Sam Boker: S[amuel A.] Emery
Merival: Miller
Sadler: Campbell
Bancroft: H[erbert] Waring
Harvey: C. Victor
Burbage: [Henry] Field
Cutts: J. B. Morton
Tom Burroughs: Luigi Lablache
Earl of Eden: Miss Clara Jecks
Bob Sanders: E[dward] J. George
Cobb: C[harles] Coote
Spooner: Douglas Cox
Dudley: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Welch: B[ernard] Cullen
Murray: Cooper
policeman: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
betting man: Smithson
Mrs. Boker: Mrs. [John] Billington
Formosa: Miss [Margaret?] Leighton
Edith Burroughs: Miss Alma Murray
Nelly: Miss Hudspeth
Countess de Vaurian: Miss Kate Varre
Mrs. Dudley: Miss E[leanor] Phillips
Maud Leicester: Mlle. Poznanski

3)  Pantomime a la Parisienne (35)

Performances:  First 31 December 1877; Previous 8 February 1878

Illustration: Cook, Aynsley (1832-1894): Actor.  As Falstaff.  Stretch, Matt, 19th cent., artist  [1st Performance Feb 11, 1878]


 
Title:Cook, Aynsley (1832-1894): Actor.  As Falstaff.  Stretch, Matt, 19th cent., artist
Description:Cook, Aynsley (1832-1894): Was a member of the famous Carl Rosa Opera Company, which made its first appearance in London at the Princess Theatre in September 1875. The company held a special season at the Adelphi in 1887.  T. Aynsley Cook appeared as Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
1st Performance:Feb 11, 1878
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection [Id 36738], Feb 11, 1878

Illustration: The Merry Wives of Windsor  [1st Performance Feb 11, 1878]


 
Title:The Merry Wives of Windsor
Description:Scene from the opera of The Merry Wives of Windsor. T. Aynsley Cook played Falstaff.
1st Performance:Feb 11, 1878
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, Feb 23, 1878, p. 552

11 February 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (1)

Title Comment:  "Adapted specially for this company from [Solomon H.] Mosenthal's version" (prog)

Composer: [C. Otto] Nicolai; Composer: [Solomon H.] Mosenthal; Adapter: Henry Hersee

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Next 12 February 1878

Time:  8:00  Genre:  (Comic opera) celebrated comic opera

First Night Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

Dance

General, Music

General, Music Commentary


12 February 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (2)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 11 February 1878; Next 13 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fenton: J. W. Turner (replaces Fred C. Packard)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


13 February 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (3)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 12 February 1878; Next 14 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


14 February 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (4)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 13 February 1878; Next 15 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


15 February 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (5)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 14 February 1878; Next 16 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


16 February 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (6)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 15 February 1878; Next 18 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


18 February 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (7)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 16 February 1878; Next 19 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fenton: Fred C. Packard (replaces J. W. Turner)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


19 February 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (8)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 18 February 1878; Next 20 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Non-Resident Theatre Company


20 February 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (9)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 19 February 1878; Next 21 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


21 February 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (10)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 20 February 1878; Next 22 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Non-Resident Theatre Company


22 February 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (11)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 21 February 1878; Next 23 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fenton: J. W. Turner (replaces Fred C. Packard)
  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


23 February 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (12)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 22 February 1878; Next 26 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Non-Resident Theatre Company


25 February 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lily of Killarney (1)

Title Comment:  opera attributed to Boucicault and Oxenford based on Colleen Bawn—Nicoll, V, 268

Author: [Dion L. Boucicault]; Author: [John Oxenford]; Composer: Julius Benedict

Performances:  First 25 February 1878; Next 27 February 1878

Genre:  (Opera) Sir Julius Benedict's grand romantic opera

First Night Cast:

Hardress Cregan: Fred C. Packard
Myles-na-Coppaleen: Charles Lyall
Mr. Corrigan: H. W. Dodd
Father Tom: [George H.] Snazelle
Danny Mann: Ludwig
O'Moore: Foran
Hyland Creagh: Muller
Mrs. Cregan: Miss Josephine Yorke
Miss Ann Chute: Miss Georgina Burns
Sheelah: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Eily O'Connor: Miss Julia Gaylord

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Dance


26 February 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (13)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 23 February 1878; Next 28 February 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


27 February 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lily of Killarney (2)

Performances:  First 25 February 1878; Previous 25 February 1878; Next 16 March 1878

Cast:

Hardress Cregan: Fred C. Packard
Myles-na-Coppaleen: Charles Lyall
Mr. Corrigan: H. W. Dodd
Father Tom: [George H.] Snazelle
Danny Mann: Ludwig
O'Moore: Foran
Hyland Creagh: Muller
Mrs. Cregan: Miss Josephine Yorke
Miss Ann Chute: Miss Georgina Burns
Sheelah: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Eily O'Connor: Miss Julia Gaylord

Non-Resident Theatre Company


28 February 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (14)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 26 February 1878; Next 1 March 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

Non-Resident Theatre Company


1 March 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (15)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 28 February 1878; Next 4 March 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary


2 March 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Golden Cross (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; an adaptation of Ignaz Brull's 2 act opera

Adapter: John P. Jackson; Adapter: [Solomon H.] Mosenthal

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Next 5 March 1878

Genre:  (Opera) opera; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre (young French nobleman): Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset (owner of the mill and inn): G[eorge] H. Snazelle
Theresa (his cousin and betrothed): Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon (sergeant): [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina (Nicolas's sister): Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Scenery Description

General, Advertisement


4 March 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (16)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 1 March 1878; Next 8 March 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Non-Resident Theatre Company


5 March 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Golden Cross (2)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 2 March 1878; Next 7 March 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

Non-Resident Theatre Company


6 March 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


7 March 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Golden Cross (3)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 5 March 1878; Next 11 March 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

8 March 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (17)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 4 March 1878; Next 9 March 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fenton: Fred C. Packard (replaces J. W. Turner)
  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

9 March 1878
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
9 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (18)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 8 March 1878; Next 13 March 1878

Time:  2:30

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

9 March 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemian Girl (1)

Author: [Alfred Bunn]; Composer: Michael W. Balfe

Performances:  First 9 March 1878; Next 15 March 1878

Genre:  (Opera)

First Night Cast:

Thaddeus: J. W. Turner
Count Arnheim: Ludwig
Florestein: Charles Lyall
Devilshoof: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Clara Merivale (1st app)
Buda: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Arline: Miss Julia Gaylord

Cast Commentary

Dance


11 March 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Golden Cross (4)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 7 March 1878; Next 14 March 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

12 March 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Faust (1)

Composer: [Charles F.] Gounod

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Next 18 March 1878

Genre:  (Opera)

First Night Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter (1st app England)

Music Commentary

Song


13 March 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (19)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 9 March 1878; Next 19 March 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Carina Clelland)

14 March 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Golden Cross (5)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 11 March 1878; Next 22 March 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

15 March 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemian Girl (2)

Performances:  First 9 March 1878; Previous 9 March 1878; Next 21 March 1878

Cast:

Thaddeus: J. W. Turner
Count Arnheim: F[rank] H. Celli
Florestein: Charles Lyall
Devilshoof: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Josephine Yorke
Buda: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Arline: Miss Georgina Burns

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arline: Miss Georgina Burns (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)
  Count Arnheim: F[rank] H. Celli (replaces Ludwig)
  Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Josephine Yorke (replaces Miss Clara Merivale)

16 March 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lily of Killarney (3)

Performances:  First 25 February 1878; Previous 27 February 1878; Next 4 April 1878

Cast:

Hardress Cregan: Fred C. Packard
Myles-na-Coppaleen: Charles Lyall
Mr. Corrigan: H. W. Dodd
Father Tom: [George H.] Snazelle
Danny Mann: Ludwig
O'Moore: Foran
Hyland Creagh: Muller
Mrs. Cregan: Miss Josephine Yorke
Miss Ann Chute: Miss Georgina Burns
Sheelah: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Eily O'Connor: Miss Julia Gaylord

18 March 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Faust (2)

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Previous 12 March 1878; Next 23 March 1878

Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter

19 March 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (20)

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 13 March 1878; Next 3 April 1878

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Julia Gaylord
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: Fred C. Packard
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Illustration: Cole, Blanche (1851-1888): Singer  [1st Performance Mar 20, 1878]


 
Title:Cole, Blanche (1851-1888): Singer
Description:Cole, Blanche (1851-1888): Born in Portsmouth to a musical family.  The Musical Times praised the "delightful silvery quality of her voice." She appeared at the Adelphi with the Carl Rosa Opera Company in 1878 as Senta in The Flying Dutchman and as the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro.
1st Performance:Mar 20, 1878
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Via Wikipedia: Blanche Cole 1851-1888, English Actress. 19th century. Carte de Visite Woodburytype - Print. By Elliot & Fry, 55 Baker Street London., Mar 20, 1878

20 March 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Flying Dutchman (1)

Composer: [Herr W. Richard] Wagner; Adapter: John P. Jackson

Performances:  First 20 March 1878; Next 25 March 1878

Genre:  (Opera)

First Night Cast:

The Dutchman (Van der Decken): Ludwig
Daland (captain of a Norwegian ship): [T.] Aynsley Cook
Senta (his daughter): Mme. Blanche Cole
Eric (a forester): Fred C. Packard
Mary (Senta's former nurse): Miss Josephine Yorke
steersman of Daland's ship: J. W. Turner
crew of the Norwegian vessel, crew of the "Flying Dutchman, " village maidens: Unlisted

Scenery Description


21 March 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemian Girl (3)

Performances:  First 9 March 1878; Previous 15 March 1878; Next 26 March 1878

Cast:

Thaddeus: Joseph Maas
Count Arnheim: F[rank] H. Celli
Florestein: Charles Lyall
Devilshoof: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Josephine Yorke
Buda: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Arline: Miss Georgina Burns

Cast Changes:

BUT  Thaddeus: Joseph Maas (replaces J. W. Turner)

Cast Commentary


22 March 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Golden Cross (6)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 14 March 1878; Next 3 April 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

23 March 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Faust (3)

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Previous 18 March 1878; Next 27 March 1878

Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter

25 March 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Flying Dutchman (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1878; Previous 20 March 1878

Cast:

The Dutchman: Ludwig
Daland: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Senta: Mme. Blanche Cole
Eric: Fred C. Packard
Mary: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
steersman of Daland's ship: J. W. Turner
crew of the Norwegian vessel, crew of the "Flying Dutchman, " village maidens: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mary: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook (replaces Miss Josephine Yorke)

26 March 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemian Girl (4)

Performances:  First 9 March 1878; Previous 21 March 1878; Next 30 March 1878

Cast:

Thaddeus: Joseph Maas
Count Arnheim: F[rank] H. Celli
Florestein: Charles Lyall
Devilshoof: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Josephine Yorke
Buda: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Arline: Miss Julia Gaylord

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arline: Miss Julia Gaylord (replaces Miss Georgina Burns)

27 March 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Faust (4)

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Previous 23 March 1878; Next 1 April 1878

Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter

28 March 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marriage of Figaro (1)

Composer: [Herr [Wolfgang A.] Mozart]

Performances:  First 28 March 1878; Next 2 April 1878

Genre:  (Opera)

First Night Cast:

Susanna: Miss Julia Gaylord
Cherubino: Mlle. Marie Fechter
Marcellina: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Bartolo: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Basilio: Charles Lyall
Antonio: H. W. Dodd
Figaro: F[rank] H. Celli
Count Almaviva: Ludwig
The Countess: Mme. Blanche Cole

Cast Commentary

Dance


29 March 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Maritana (1)

Title Comment:  Based on the play Don Cezar de Bazan by Dennery and Dumanoir, first produced in London 1845

Composer: [W. Vincent Wallace]

Performances:  First 29 March 1878

Genre:  (Opera)

First Night Cast:

Maritana: Miss Carina Clelland
Lazarillo: Miss Josephine Yorke
Marchioness: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Charles II (Kong of Spain): [George H.] Snazelle
Don Jose: F[rank] H. Celli
Marquis: Brooklyn
Don Caesar de Bazan: J. W. Turner

Cast Commentary


30 March 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemian Girl (5)

Performances:  First 9 March 1878; Previous 26 March 1878

Cast:

Thaddeus: Joseph Maas
Count Arnheim: F[rank] H. Celli
Florestein: Charles Lyall
Devilshoof: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Queen of the Gipsies: Miss Josephine Yorke
Buda: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Arline: Miss Julia Gaylord

1 April 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Faust (5)

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Previous 27 March 1878; Next 5 April 1878

Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter

2 April 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marriage of Figaro (2)

Performances:  First 28 March 1878; Previous 28 March 1878; Next 6 April 1878

Cast:

Susanna: Miss Julia Gaylord
Cherubino: Mlle. Marie Fechter
Marcellina: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Bartolo: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Basilio: Charles Lyall
Antonio: H. W. Dodd
Figaro: F[rank] H. Celli
Count Almaviva: Ludwig
The Countess: Mme. Blanche Cole

3 April 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Golden Cross (7)

Performances:  First 2 March 1878; Previous 22 March 1878

Cast:

Gontran de L'Ancre: Joseph Maas
Nicolas Pairset: [George H.] Snazelle
Theresa: Miss Josephine Yorke
Bombardon: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Christina: Miss Julia Gaylord
soldiers, peasants, village youths, maidens: Unlisted

2)  The Merry Wives of Windsor (21)

Title Comment:  last act only

Performances:  First 11 February 1878; Previous 19 March 1878

Genre:  1 act

Cast:

Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland
Mrs. Page: Miss Josephine Yorke
Anne Page: Miss Georgina Burns
Fenton: J. W. Turner
Mr. Ford: Ludwig
Mr. Page: [George H.] Snazelle
Master Slender: Charles Lyall
Dr. Caius: H. W. Dodd
Bardolph: Brooklyn
Pistol: Muller
Falstaff: [T.] Aynsley Cook

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fenton: J. W. Turner (replaces Fred C. Packard)
  Mrs. Ford: Miss Carina Clelland (replaces Miss Julia Gaylord)

4 April 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lily of Killarney (4)

Performances:  First 25 February 1878; Previous 16 March 1878

Cast:

Hardress Cregan: Fred C. Packard
Myles-na-Coppaleen: Charles Lyall
Mr. Corrigan: H. W. Dodd
Father Tom: [George H.] Snazelle
Danny Mann: Ludwig
O'Moore: Foran
Hyland Creagh: Muller
Mrs. Cregan: Miss Josephine Yorke
Miss Ann Chute: Miss Georgina Burns
Sheelah: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Eily O'Connor: Miss Julia Gaylord

5 April 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Faust (6)

Performances:  First 12 March 1878; Previous 1 April 1878

Cast:

Faust: Joseph Maas
Mephistopheles: F[rank] H. Celli
Valentine: Ludwig
Wagner: H. W. Dodd
Siebel: Miss Josephine Yorke
Martha: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Marguerite: Mlle. Marie Fechter

6 April 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marriage of Figaro (3)

Performances:  First 28 March 1878; Previous 2 April 1878

Cast:

Susanna: Miss Julia Gaylord
Cherubino: Mlle. Marie Fechter
Marcellina: Mrs. [T.] Aynsley Cook
Bartolo: [T.] Aynsley Cook
Basilio: Charles Lyall
Antonio: H. W. Dodd
Figaro: F[rank] H. Celli
Count Almaviva: Ludwig
The Countess: Mme. Blanche Cole

Non-Resident Theatre Company


8 April 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


9 April 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


10 April 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


11 April 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


12 April 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


13 April 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


15 April 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


16 April 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


17 April 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


18 April 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Spring break


19 April 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


20 April 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Stage Struck (1)

Title Comment:  probably W. Dimond's 1835 farce

Author: [William Dimond?]

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Next 22 April 1878

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: Fred[erick] Hughes
Tom Tape: Edward J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; based on Dennery and Cormon's Une Cause Celebre

Author: Francis C. Burnand

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Next 22 April 1878

Genre:  (Drama) drama; prol, 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss J[ane] Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: L[uigi] Lablache
first sergeant: [M. D.] Byrnes
second sergeant: [Herbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Commentary

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

General, Front Of House Commentary


22 April 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (2)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 20 April 1878; Next 23 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (2)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 20 April 1878; Next 23 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

23 April 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (3)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 22 April 1878; Next 24 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (3)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 22 April 1878; Next 24 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

24 April 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (4)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 23 April 1878; Next 25 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (4)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 23 April 1878; Next 25 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

25 April 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (5)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 24 April 1878; Next 26 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (5)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 24 April 1878; Next 26 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

26 April 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (6)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 25 April 1878; Next 27 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (6)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 25 April 1878; Next 27 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

27 April 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Stage Struck (7)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 26 April 1878; Next 29 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (7)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 26 April 1878; Next 29 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

29 April 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Stage Struck (8)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 27 April 1878; Next 30 April 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (8)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 27 April 1878; Next 30 April 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

30 April 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 April 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Stage Struck (9)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 29 April 1878; Next 1 May 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (9)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 29 April 1878; Next 1 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

1 May 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Stage Struck (10)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 30 April 1878; Next 2 May 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (10)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 30 April 1878; Next 2 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

2 May 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Stage Struck (11)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 1 May 1878; Next 3 May 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (11)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 1 May 1878; Next 3 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3 May 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Stage Struck (12)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 2 May 1878

Cast:

Sir Matthew Scraggs: F[rank] Moreland
Count Glorieux: F[rederick] Hughes
Tom Tape: E[dward] J. George
Lady Scraggs: Miss Jane Coveney
Sally Scraggs: Miss Hudspeth
Poplin: Miss Bentley

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (12)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 2 May 1878; Next 4 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

4 May 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (26)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 9 February 1878; Next 6 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Araminta: Miss K. Bentley (replaces Miss E[leanor] Phillips)
  Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring (replaces E[rnest] Travers)
  Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland (replaces [George H.] Weston)
  Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney (replaces Miss Cicely Nott)

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (13)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 3 May 1878; Next 6 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (1)

Title Comment:  not in Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Next 6 May 1878

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: [Herbert] Waring
Jenkins: Fred[erick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

6 May 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (27)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 4 May 1878; Next 7 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (14)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 4 May 1878; Next 7 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (2)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 4 May 1878; Next 7 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

7 May 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (28)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 6 May 1878; Next 8 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (15)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 6 May 1878; Next 8 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (3)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 6 May 1878; Next 8 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

8 May 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (29)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 7 May 1878; Next 9 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (16)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 7 May 1878; Next 9 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (4)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 7 May 1878; Next 9 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

9 May 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (30)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 8 May 1878; Next 10 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (17)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 8 May 1878; Next 10 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (5)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 8 May 1878; Next 10 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

10 May 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1878
program
Westminster Public Library

1)  Sarah's Young Man (31)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 9 May 1878; Next 11 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (18)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 9 May 1878; Next 11 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (6)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 9 May 1878; Next 11 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

11 May 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1878
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Sarah's Young Man (32)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 10 May 1878; Next 13 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (19)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 10 May 1878; Next 13 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (7)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 10 May 1878; Next 13 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

13 May 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1878
advertisement
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (33)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 11 May 1878; Next 14 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (20)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 11 May 1878; Next 14 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (8)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 11 May 1878; Next 14 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

14 May 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (34)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 13 May 1878; Next 15 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (21)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 13 May 1878; Next 15 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (9)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 13 May 1878; Next 15 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

15 May 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (35)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 14 May 1878; Next 16 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (22)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 14 May 1878; Next 16 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (10)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 14 May 1878; Next 16 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

16 May 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (36)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 15 May 1878; Next 17 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (23)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 15 May 1878; Next 17 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (11)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 15 May 1878; Next 17 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

17 May 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (37)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 16 May 1878; Next 18 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (24)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 16 May 1878; Next 18 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (12)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 16 May 1878; Next 18 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

18 May 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (38)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 17 May 1878; Next 20 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (25)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 17 May 1878; Next 20 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (13)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 17 May 1878; Next 20 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

20 May 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (39)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 18 May 1878; Next 21 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (26)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 18 May 1878; Next 21 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly (replaces [Daniel E.] Bandmann)

3)  Shrimps for Two (14)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 18 May 1878; Next 21 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

21 May 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (40)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 20 May 1878; Next 22 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (27)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 20 May 1878; Next 22 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (15)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 20 May 1878; Next 22 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

22 May 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (41)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 21 May 1878; Next 23 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (28)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 21 May 1878; Next 23 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (16)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 21 May 1878; Next 23 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

23 May 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (42)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 22 May 1878; Next 24 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (29)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 22 May 1878; Next 24 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (17)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 22 May 1878; Next 24 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

24 May 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (43)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 23 May 1878; Next 25 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (30)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 23 May 1878; Next 25 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (18)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 23 May 1878; Next 25 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

25 May 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (44)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 24 May 1878; Next 27 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (31)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 24 May 1878; Next 27 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (19)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 24 May 1878; Next 27 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

27 May 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (45)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 25 May 1878; Next 28 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (32)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 25 May 1878; Next 28 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (20)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 25 May 1878; Next 28 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

28 May 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (46)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 27 May 1878; Next 29 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (33)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 27 May 1878; Next 29 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (21)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 27 May 1878; Next 29 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

29 May 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 May 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (47)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 28 May 1878; Next 30 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (34)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 28 May 1878; Next 30 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (22)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 28 May 1878; Next 30 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

30 May 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 May 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (48)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 29 May 1878; Next 31 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (35)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 29 May 1878; Next 31 May 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (23)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 29 May 1878; Next 31 May 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

31 May 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 May 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (49)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 30 May 1878; Next 1 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (36)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 30 May 1878; Next 1 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (24)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 30 May 1878; Next 1 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

1 June 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (50)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 31 May 1878; Next 3 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (37)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 31 May 1878; Next 3 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (25)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 31 May 1878; Next 3 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

3 June 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (51)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 1 June 1878; Next 4 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (38)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 1 June 1878; Next 4 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (26)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 1 June 1878; Next 4 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

4 June 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 June 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (52)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 3 June 1878; Next 5 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (39)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 3 June 1878; Next 5 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (27)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 3 June 1878; Next 5 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

5 June 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (53)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 4 June 1878; Next 6 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (40)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 4 June 1878; Next 6 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (28)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 4 June 1878; Next 6 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

6 June 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (54)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 5 June 1878; Next 7 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (41)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 5 June 1878; Next 7 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (29)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 5 June 1878; Next 7 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

7 June 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (55)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 6 June 1878; Next 8 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (42)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 6 June 1878; Next 8 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (30)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 6 June 1878; Next 8 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

8 June 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (56)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 7 June 1878; Next 10 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (43)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 7 June 1878; Next 10 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (31)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 7 June 1878; Next 10 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

10 June 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (57)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 8 June 1878; Next 11 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (44)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 8 June 1878; Next 11 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (32)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 8 June 1878; Next 11 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

11 June 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (58)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 10 June 1878; Next 12 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (45)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 10 June 1878; Next 12 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (33)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 10 June 1878; Next 12 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

12 June 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 June 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (59)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 11 June 1878; Next 13 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (46)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 11 June 1878; Next 13 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (34)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 11 June 1878; Next 13 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

13 June 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (60)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 12 June 1878; Next 14 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (47)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 12 June 1878; Next 14 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (35)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 12 June 1878; Next 14 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

14 June 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (61)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 13 June 1878; Next 15 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (48)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 13 June 1878; Next 15 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (36)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 13 June 1878; Next 15 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

15 June 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (62)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 14 June 1878; Next 17 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (49)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 14 June 1878; Next 17 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (37)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 14 June 1878; Next 17 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

17 June 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (63)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 15 June 1878; Next 18 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (50)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 15 June 1878; Next 18 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (38)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 15 June 1878; Next 18 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

18 June 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (64)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 17 June 1878; Next 19 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (51)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 17 June 1878; Next 19 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (39)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 17 June 1878; Next 19 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

19 June 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (65)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 18 June 1878; Next 20 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (52)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 18 June 1878; Next 20 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (40)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 18 June 1878; Next 20 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

20 June 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (66)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 19 June 1878; Next 21 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (53)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 19 June 1878; Next 21 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (41)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 19 June 1878; Next 21 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

21 June 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (67)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 20 June 1878; Next 22 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (54)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 20 June 1878; Next 22 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss K[ate] Barry
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (42)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 20 June 1878; Next 22 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

22 June 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (68)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 21 June 1878; Next 24 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (55)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 21 June 1878; Next 24 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote (replaces Miss K[ate] Barry)

3)  Shrimps for Two (43)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 21 June 1878; Next 24 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

24 June 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (69)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 22 June 1878; Next 25 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (56)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 22 June 1878; Next 25 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (44)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 22 June 1878; Next 25 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

25 June 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (70)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 24 June 1878; Next 26 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (57)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 24 June 1878; Next 26 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (45)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 24 June 1878; Next 26 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

26 June 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (71)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 25 June 1878; Next 27 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (58)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 25 June 1878; Next 27 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (46)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 25 June 1878; Next 27 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

27 June 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (72)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 26 June 1878; Next 28 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (59)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 26 June 1878; Next 28 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (47)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 26 June 1878; Next 28 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

28 June 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (73)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 27 June 1878; Next 29 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (60)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 27 June 1878; Next 29 June 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (48)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 27 June 1878; Next 29 June 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

29 June 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (74)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 28 June 1878; Next 1 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (61)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 28 June 1878; Next 1 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (49)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 28 June 1878; Next 1 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

1 July 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (75)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 29 June 1878; Next 2 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (62)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 29 June 1878; Next 2 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (50)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 29 June 1878; Next 2 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

2 July 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (76)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 1 July 1878; Next 3 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (63)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 1 July 1878; Next 3 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (51)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 1 July 1878; Next 3 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

3 July 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (77)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 2 July 1878; Next 4 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (64)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 2 July 1878; Next 4 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (52)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 2 July 1878; Next 4 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

4 July 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (78)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 3 July 1878; Next 5 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (65)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 3 July 1878; Next 5 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (53)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 3 July 1878; Next 5 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

5 July 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (79)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 4 July 1878; Next 6 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (66)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 4 July 1878; Next 6 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (54)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 4 July 1878; Next 6 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

6 July 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (80)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 5 July 1878; Next 8 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (67)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 5 July 1878; Next 8 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (55)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 5 July 1878; Next 8 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

8 July 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (81)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 6 July 1878; Next 9 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (68)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 6 July 1878; Next 9 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (56)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 6 July 1878; Next 9 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

9 July 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (82)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 8 July 1878; Next 10 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (69)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 8 July 1878; Next 10 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (57)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 8 July 1878; Next 10 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

10 July 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (83)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 9 July 1878; Next 11 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (70)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 9 July 1878; Next 11 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (58)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 9 July 1878; Next 11 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

11 July 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 July 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (84)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 10 July 1878; Next 12 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (71)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 10 July 1878; Next 12 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (59)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 10 July 1878; Next 12 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

12 July 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (85)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 11 July 1878; Next 13 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (72)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 11 July 1878; Next 13 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (60)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 11 July 1878; Next 13 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

13 July 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (86)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 12 July 1878; Next 15 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (73)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 12 July 1878; Next 15 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: S[amuel A.] Emery
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (61)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 12 July 1878; Next 15 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

15 July 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (87)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 13 July 1878; Next 16 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (74)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 13 July 1878; Next 16 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Chamboran: E[dward] J. George (replaces S[amuel A.] Emery)

3)  Shrimps for Two (62)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 13 July 1878; Next 16 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

16 July 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (88)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 15 July 1878; Next 17 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (75)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 15 July 1878; Next 17 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (63)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 15 July 1878; Next 17 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

17 July 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (89)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 16 July 1878; Next 18 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (76)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 16 July 1878; Next 18 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (64)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 16 July 1878; Next 18 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

18 July 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (90)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 17 July 1878; Next 19 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (77)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 17 July 1878; Next 19 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Carrie Coote
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (65)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 17 July 1878; Next 19 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

19 July 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1878
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (91)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 18 July 1878; Next 20 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (78)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 18 July 1878; Next 20 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

Cast Changes:

BUT  Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault (replaces Miss Carrie Coote)

3)  Shrimps for Two (66)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 18 July 1878; Next 20 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

20 July 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (92)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 19 July 1878; Next 22 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (79)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 19 July 1878; Next 22 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (67)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 19 July 1878; Next 22 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

22 July 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (93)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 20 July 1878; Next 23 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (80)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 20 July 1878; Next 23 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (68)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 20 July 1878; Next 23 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

23 July 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (94)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 22 July 1878; Next 24 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (81)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 22 July 1878; Next 24 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (69)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 22 July 1878; Next 24 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

24 July 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (95)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 23 July 1878; Next 25 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (82)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 23 July 1878; Next 25 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (70)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 23 July 1878; Next 25 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

25 July 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (96)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 24 July 1878; Next 26 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (83)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 24 July 1878; Next 26 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (71)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 24 July 1878; Next 26 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

26 July 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (97)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 25 July 1878; Next 27 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (84)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 25 July 1878; Next 27 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (72)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 25 July 1878; Next 27 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

27 July 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (98)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 26 July 1878; Next 29 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (85)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 26 July 1878; Next 29 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (73)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 26 July 1878; Next 29 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

29 July 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 July 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (99)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 27 July 1878; Next 30 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (86)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 27 July 1878; Next 30 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (74)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 27 July 1878; Next 30 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

30 July 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 July 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (100)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 29 July 1878; Next 31 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (87)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 29 July 1878; Next 31 July 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (75)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 29 July 1878; Next 31 July 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

31 July 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (101)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 30 July 1878; Next 1 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (88)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 30 July 1878; Next 1 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (76)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 30 July 1878; Next 1 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

1 August 1878
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (102)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 31 July 1878; Next 2 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (89)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 31 July 1878; Next 2 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (77)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 31 July 1878; Next 2 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

2 August 1878
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (103)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 1 August 1878; Next 3 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (90)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 1 August 1878; Next 3 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (78)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 1 August 1878; Next 3 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

3 August 1878
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (104)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 2 August 1878; Next 5 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (91)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 2 August 1878; Next 5 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (79)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 2 August 1878; Next 5 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

5 August 1878
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (105)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 3 August 1878; Next 6 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (92)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 3 August 1878; Next 6 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (80)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 3 August 1878; Next 6 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

6 August 1878
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (106)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 5 August 1878; Next 7 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (93)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 5 August 1878; Next 7 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (81)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 5 August 1878; Next 7 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

7 August 1878
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 August 1878
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The London Times

1)  Sarah's Young Man (107)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 6 August 1878; Next 8 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (94)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 6 August 1878; Next 8 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson
Duke d'Aubeterre: Cha[rle]s Harcourt
Victor: Luigi Lablache
first sergeant: M. D. Byrnes
second sergeant: H[erbert] Waring
Joseph: J. Morris
Duchess d'Aubeterre: Mrs. [John] Billington
Adrienne: Miss B[ella] Pateman
Madame Deprets: Mrs. Arthur Stirling
Valentine: Mrs. [Daniel E.] Bandmann
Julie: Miss Hudspeth

3)  Shrimps for Two (82)

Performances:  First 4 May 1878; Previous 6 August 1878; Next 8 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Andrew Muddlebank: F[rank] Moreland
Alexander Johnson: H[erbert] Waring
Jenkins: F[rederick] Hughes
Mrs. Muddlebank: Miss K. Bentley
 

8 August 1878
Thursday  Evening
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8 August 1878
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1)  Sarah's Young Man (108)

Performances:  First 12 January 1878; Previous 7 August 1878; Next 9 August 1878

Cast:

Mr. Moggridge: F[rank] Moreland
Harry Fielding: H[erbert] Waring
Sam Sloeleaf: E[dward] J. George
Mrs. Moggridge: Miss Jane Coveney
Araminta: Miss K. Bentley
Sarah Tibbs: Miss Hudspeth

2)  Proof; or, A Celebrated Case (95)

Performances:  First 20 April 1878; Previous 7 August 1878; Next 9 August 1878

Cast:

Pierre Lorance: Charles Kelly
Chamboran: E[dward] J. George
Lazare: Arthur Stirling
seneschal: James Johnstone
Madeleine: Miss L[ouise M.] Moodie
Martha: Miss Jane Coveney
Louise: Miss Bentley
Adrienne, as a child: Miss Rimbault
corporal: H[arwood] Cooper
officer: Smithson