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Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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ROYAL ADELPHI THEATRE

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1897-1898

Edited by Thirza Cady

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

The fall season began on 9 September with In the Days of the Duke, by Haddon Chambers and Comyns Carr.  The plot of many Adelphi dramas took a back seat to the setting, and this play is no exception.  It opens with a prologue in India in 1800, and then shifts to England and the Continent in 1814 and 1815, with the fourth act on the fields of Waterloo.  Most impressive were the ball given by the Duchess of Richmond, the gambling rooms at Palais Royal, Paris, and the glade where a duel is fought between the hero (William Terriss) and one of the villains, Jim O'Hara, played ably by J. D. Beveridge.

The lion's share of praise went to the villains, J. D. Beveridge as O'Hara, and Charles Cartwright as the chief villain, Captain Lanson.  While Jessie Millward received her usual praise for "sweet womanliness," her part gave her too few opportunities to demonstrate any more ability.  Miss Marian Terry was warmly praised for her work.  The Times believed that so excellent a comedy actress was somewhat wasted in melodrama, but admitted she performed admirably (10 September 1897, p. 8).  The comedy, although not much in evidence, was capably handled by Harry Nicholls and Vane Featherston.

The Theatre complained that the hero and heroine were too often relegated to subordinate positions.  Terriss had a role "after his own heart" but had only to look handsome and speak his lines earnestly and manfully as the heroic and persecuted Colonel Aylmer (1 October 1897, p. 192-94).

In the Days of the Duke was replaced on 24 November by a revival of the English production of Secret Service, which had preceded the Adelphi's fall season.  This play continued for less than three weeks before the tragic events at the stage door on 16 December 1897.

George Rowell believes the hectic tempo and desperate search for acceptable entertainment during that summer and autumn had left Jessie Millward depressed and full of foreboding.  She even had a recurring dream that Terriss called out to her from a locked room and had some stage door encounters with a "short dark man with a pronounced squint."  Millward later related:  "In the midst of my dressing I heard Mr. Terriss put his key in the pass door, and then there was a strange silence" (quoted in William Terriss and Richard Prince, p. 56).

The silence was apparently the actual time of the stabbing, when the wretched Prince dashed across the street as Terriss bent to unlock the private entrance.  He stabbed him twice in the back and again in the heart when Terriss turned to face him.  The last wound proved fatal.  He cried out to his friend waiting in the cab, "My God, I am stabbed."  The friend, John Henry Graves, seized Prince and held him until a constable appeared.  Terriss, meanwhile, staggered inside the theatre and collapsed in the arms of Jessie Millward.

The audience in the theatre that night was met with a cryptic announcement by Herbert Budd, the Adelphi's assistant acting manager:

Ladies and gentlemen, I am deeply grieved and pained to announce to you a serious, nay terrible, accident, which will render the performance of Secret Service this evening quite impossible.  I will also ask you to pass out into the street as quietly as possible.  It is hardly necessary for me to add that your money will be returned on application at the pay boxes (Daily Telegraph, 17 December 1897).

In the Times the next day, Terriss was described as a "too sound and well-graced actor not to acquit himself with credit in all he undertook; he had degrees of success, but none of failure."  He had become identified with melodrama, most especially melodrama at the Adelphi.  Terriss was said to be as simple and straightforward off stage as on.  George Bernard Shaw was so impressed that he wrote the part of the Devil's Disciple for him.  Alas, poor honest Bill was not up to the task of being Dick Dudgeon.  He fell asleep during the author's reading, and Shaw stormed out in a huff (William Terriss and Richard Prince, p. 54).

The theatre reopened on 27 December with the resumption of performances of Secret Service.  Terriss' part of Captain Thorne was filled by Herbert Waring.  While Bella Pateman reappeared in her role as Mrs. Varney, the part of her daughter Edith was played by May Whitty, who replaced Jessie Millward.  J. D. Beveridge replaced Harry Nichols in the role of Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph.

At the end of January 1898, Secret Service took a respite.  On 21 January, two plays were presented.  The opener was B. B. by Montagu Williams and F. C. Burnand, followed by the drama Charlotte Corday by H. Kyrle Bellew, which had played previously at the Grand Theatre in Islington.

The second week of February brought a Wednesday performance of The Lady of Lyons.  Although B. B. and Charlotte Corday returned for two more performances, they were replaced on the weekend by The Lady of Lyons.  Reviews of the play and the performances of the leading actor and actress—Kyrle Bellew and Mrs. Brown Potter—were not enthusiastic.

In March, another play was added.  A one-act farce, Number 1 Round the Corner, was staged before The Lady of Lyons evening performances.  This pairing continued until the last performances on 17 March 1898.

April brought another American melodrama.  The Heart of Maryland by David Belasco opened on Saturday, 9 April.  It is another story of the American Civil War, replete with warlike conditions such as cannonading in the wings and unintelligible commands continually barked on stage.  The play, like Secret Service, takes place in Maryland, with equal attention and favor given to adherents of the Northern and Southern forces.

Many of the ingredients so necessary to melodrama are present:  a Northern officer in love with a Southern lady, spies, treachery and innumerable coincidences.  A theatrical "trick" revived from an early nineteenth-century play is employed.  The heroine, who cushions the clapper with her own body, silences a bell used to sound an alarm that would endanger the hero.  The Times claimed that the author was so pleased with this "invention" that the rest of the plot suffered.  The reviewer was not particularly impressed with the acting either, though he did say the play was well received by the Saturday night audience—largely composed of Americans (11 April 1898).  The play continued until the end of June.

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Daily Calendar for 1897-1898

Illustration: In the Days of the Duke  [1st Performance Sep 9, 1897]


 
Title:In the Days of the Duke
Description:In the Days of the Duke by C. Haddon Chambers and J. Comyns Carr.  Colonel Lanson was played by C. Cartright (left).  Captain of Grenadier Guards, William Terriss, faces off against the Irish adventurer, O'Hara (James Beveridge).  Upper inset, Terriss and Millward.  Richard Prince stabbed Terriss mortally on December 16, 1897 while The Secret Service was being performed.
1st Performance:Sep 9, 1897
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News, Oct 16, 1897, p. 522

9 September 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1897
program
New York Public Library

1)  In the Days of the Duke (1)

Author: C. Haddon Chambers; Author: J. Comyns Carr

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Next 10 September 1897

Time:  7:50  Genre:  (Drama) new drama; prologue and 4 acts

First Night Cast:

(characters in the prologue)
      Col. Aylmer (5th Infantry): William Terriss
      Lawrence Aylmer (his son, aged ten): Mlle. Marie
      Captain Lanson (Royal Artillery): Charles M. Cartwright
      Captain Maine (5th Infantry): Henry Vibart
      Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
      Sargeant Bunder (5th Infantry): Harry Nicholls
      Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
      native soldier: Cyril Melton
      Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
      Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
      Dorothy Maine, her daughter (aged eight): Miss Dorrie
      an ayah: Miss Burdett
(characters in the play)
      Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
      Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
      Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
      Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
      Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
      F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
      Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
      General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
      Captain Rudorf (ADC to Prince Blucher): F. G. Strickland
      Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
      Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
      Dr. Clarke (medical staff): Stanley S. Gordon
      French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
      Major Bertram (English officer): Charles D. Cox
      Capt. Clifford (English officer): H. Arnold
      Lieut. Orpington (English officer): Sauter
      Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
      Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
      Jacob Sparling (rustic): Webb Darleigh
      Dick Cropper (ostler): Jackson
      Pierre (Flemish peasant): [Ernest] Leicester
      Antoinette (Flemish peasant): Miss Le Sage
      William (servant): A. Cameron
      Francois (servant): Smythe
      Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
      Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
      Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
      Julie (a cocotte): Miss Haygett
      Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description


10 September 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (2)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 9 September 1897; Next 11 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

11 September 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (3)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 10 September 1897; Next 14 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

13 September 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Reason unknown


14 September 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (4)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 11 September 1897; Next 15 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

15 September 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (5)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 14 September 1897; Next 16 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

16 September 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (6)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 15 September 1897; Next 17 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

17 September 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (7)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 16 September 1897; Next 18 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

18 September 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (8)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 17 September 1897; Next 20 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

20 September 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (9)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 18 September 1897; Next 21 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

21 September 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (10)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 20 September 1897; Next 22 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

22 September 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (11)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 21 September 1897; Next 23 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

23 September 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (12)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 22 September 1897; Next 24 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

24 September 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (13)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 23 September 1897; Next 25 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

25 September 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (14)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 24 September 1897; Next 27 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

27 September 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (15)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 25 September 1897; Next 28 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

28 September 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (16)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 27 September 1897; Next 29 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

29 September 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
29 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (17)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 28 September 1897; Next 29 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

29 September 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (18)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 29 September 1897; Next 30 September 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

30 September 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 September 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (19)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 29 September 1897; Next 1 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

1 October 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (20)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 30 September 1897; Next 2 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

2 October 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (21)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 1 October 1897; Next 4 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

4 October 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (22)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 2 October 1897; Next 5 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

5 October 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (23)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 4 October 1897; Next 6 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

6 October 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
6 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (24)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 5 October 1897; Next 6 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

6 October 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (25)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 6 October 1897; Next 7 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

7 October 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (26)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 6 October 1897; Next 8 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

8 October 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (27)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 7 October 1897; Next 9 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

9 October 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (28)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 8 October 1897; Next 11 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

11 October 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (29)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 9 October 1897; Next 12 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

12 October 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (30)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 11 October 1897; Next 13 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

13 October 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
13 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (31)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 12 October 1897; Next 13 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

13 October 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (32)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 13 October 1897; Next 14 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

14 October 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (33)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 13 October 1897; Next 15 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

15 October 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (34)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 14 October 1897; Next 16 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

16 October 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (35)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 15 October 1897; Next 18 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

18 October 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (36)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 16 October 1897; Next 19 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

19 October 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (37)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 18 October 1897; Next 20 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

20 October 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
20 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (38)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 19 October 1897; Next 20 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

20 October 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (39)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 20 October 1897; Next 21 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

21 October 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (40)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 20 October 1897; Next 22 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

22 October 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (41)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 21 October 1897; Next 23 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

23 October 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (42)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 22 October 1897; Next 25 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

25 October 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (43)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 23 October 1897; Next 26 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

26 October 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (44)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 25 October 1897; Next 27 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

27 October 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
27 October 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (45)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 26 October 1897; Next 27 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

27 October 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (46)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 27 October 1897; Next 28 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

28 October 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (47)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 27 October 1897; Next 29 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

29 October 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (48)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 28 October 1897; Next 30 October 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

30 October 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (49)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 29 October 1897; Next 1 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

1 November 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (50)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 30 October 1897; Next 2 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

2 November 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (51)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 1 November 1897; Next 3 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

3 November 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1897
advertisement
The London Times

1)  In the Days of the Duke (52)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 2 November 1897; Next 4 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

4 November 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (53)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 3 November 1897; Next 5 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

5 November 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (54)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 4 November 1897; Next 6 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

6 November 1897
Saturday  Matinee
Adelphi
6 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (55)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 5 November 1897; Next 6 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

6 November 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (56)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 6 November 1897; Next 8 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

8 November 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (57)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 6 November 1897; Next 9 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

9 November 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (58)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 8 November 1897; Next 10 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

10 November 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (59)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 9 November 1897; Next 11 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

11 November 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1897
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  In the Days of the Duke (60)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 10 November 1897; Next 12 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

12 November 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (61)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 11 November 1897; Next 13 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

13 November 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1897
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  In the Days of the Duke (62)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 12 November 1897; Next 15 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

15 November 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (63)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 13 November 1897; Next 16 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

16 November 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (64)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 15 November 1897; Next 17 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

17 November 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
17 November 1897
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  In the Days of the Duke (65)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 16 November 1897; Next 17 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

17 November 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1897
advertisement
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (66)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 17 November 1897; Next 18 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: A. Cameron
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

18 November 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1897
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  In the Days of the Duke (67)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 17 November 1897; Next 19 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: William Dempsey
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

Cast Changes:

BUT  William: William Dempsey (replaces A. Cameron)

Cast Commentary


19 November 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1897
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (68)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 18 November 1897; Next 20 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: William Dempsey
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

20 November 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1897
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1)  In the Days of the Duke (69)

Performances:  First 9 September 1897; Previous 19 November 1897

Cast:

Col. Aylmer: William Terriss
Lawrence Aylmer: Mlle. Marie
Captain Lanson: Charles M. Cartwright
Captain Maine: Henry Vibart
Mr. O'Hara, an Irish adventurer: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sargeant Bunder: Harry Nicholls
Lieut. Col. Arthur Wellesley: Charles J. Fulton
native soldier: Cyril Melton
Mrs. Aylmer, in the prologue: Miss Marion Terry
Mrs. Maine: Miss Eily Desmond
Dorothy Maine, her daughter: Miss Dorrie
an ayah: Miss Burdett
Lawrence Aylmer, Captain Grenadier Guards: William Terriss
Colonel Lanson, Rifle Brigade: Charles M. Cartwright
Mr. O'Hara: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sergeant Bunder, Landlord of the "Soldiers' Rest": Harry Nicholls
Capt. Clinton, Royal Scots Greys: Laurence Cautley
F.M., The Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Charles J. Fulton
Lieut. Col. Sir Alex. Gordon, ADC to the Duke: Grahame Stewart
General Muffling, of the Prussian Army: Albert Sims
Captain Rudorf: F. G. Strickland
Lieut.-Gen Sir Thomas Picton KGCB: Ernest Wilkes
Lieut.-Col. Sir G. H. F. Berkeley: Bulckley
Dr. Clarke: Stanley S. Gordon
French doctor: Leonard Shepherd
Major Bertram: Charles D. Cox
Capt. Clifford: H. Arnold
Lieut. Orpington: Sauter
Sgt. Drewitt: Jarvis Widdicomb
Private Dale: Arnold Lucy
Jacob Sparling: Webb Darleigh
Dick Cropper: Jackson
Pierre: [Ernest] Leicester
Antoinette: Miss Le Sage
William: William Dempsey
Francois: Smythe
Dorothy Maine: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Mrs. Clinton: Miss Millicent Barr
Mrs. Bunder: Miss Vane Featherston
Julie: Miss Haygett
Mrs. Aylmer: Miss Marion Terry

22 November 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for Secret Service


23 November 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparations for Secret Service


24 November 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1897
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  Secret Service (1)

Author: William [H.] Gillette

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Next 25 November 1897

Time:  8:00  Genre:  (Drama) successful drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph (commanding in Richmond): Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney (wife of a Southern officer of high rank): Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney (her daughter): Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney (her youngest son): H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford (from across the street): Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont (United States Secret Service, known in Richmond as Captain Thorne): William Terriss
Henry Dumont (United States Secret Service, Lewis Dumont's brother): Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford (Southern Secret Service): Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge (sewing for the hospital): Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha (Negro house servant): Miss Lestrange
Jonas (Negro house servant): Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray (1st operator, military telegraph line): Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison (2nd operator, military telegraph line): T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree (artillery): Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing (artillery): C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

General, Music


25 November 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1897
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1)  Secret Service (2)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 24 November 1897; Next 26 November 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

26 November 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 November 1897
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1)  Secret Service (3)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 25 November 1897; Next 27 November 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

27 November 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1897
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1)  Secret Service (4)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 26 November 1897; Next 29 November 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

29 November 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1897
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1)  Secret Service (5)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 27 November 1897; Next 30 November 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

30 November 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1897
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1)  Secret Service (6)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 29 November 1897; Next 1 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

1 December 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
1 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (7)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 30 November 1897; Next 1 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

1 December 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (8)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 1 December 1897; Next 2 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

2 December 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (9)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 1 December 1897; Next 3 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

3 December 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (10)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 2 December 1897; Next 4 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

4 December 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (11)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 3 December 1897; Next 6 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

6 December 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (12)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 4 December 1897; Next 7 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

7 December 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (13)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 6 December 1897; Next 8 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

8 December 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
8 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (14)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 7 December 1897; Next 8 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

8 December 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (15)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 8 December 1897; Next 9 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

9 December 1897
Thursday  Evening
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9 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (16)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 8 December 1897; Next 10 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

10 December 1897
Friday  Evening
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10 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (17)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 9 December 1897; Next 11 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

11 December 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (18)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 10 December 1897; Next 13 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

13 December 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (19)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 11 December 1897; Next 14 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

14 December 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (20)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 13 December 1897; Next 15 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

15 December 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
15 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (21)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 14 December 1897; Next 15 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

15 December 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (22)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 15 December 1897; Next 27 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: Harry Nicholls
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss [Jessie] Millward
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: William Terriss
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: T. E. Buxton
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: Pollard
Lieut. Tyree: Maule Cole
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. Hadfield
third War Dept. messenger: P. West
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

Illustration: Prince, Richard Archer (1865-1936): Actor  [Date Mr. Richard Prince murdered Mr. William Terriss Dec 16, 1897]


 
Title:Prince, Richard Archer (1865-1936): Actor
Description:Prince was known as "Mad Archer." He had acted as a "super" in the provinces and at the Adelphi. He harbored an all-consuming hatred of William Terriss whom he accused of "blackmailing" him. He probably meant "blackballing" because, despite Breezy Billís frequent kindnesses and a letter to the directors of the Actorsí Fund, Archer had been told he would not receive further grants. On December 16, 1897, he waited across Maiden Lane until Terriss appeared at 5:00 PM ready to star in Secret Service and stabbed him three times—once through the heart.
Date Mr. Richard Prince murdered Mr. William Terriss:Dec 16, 1897
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:http://murderpedia.org/male.P/p/prince-richard-archer.htm, Dec 16, 1897, p. 11
Review:The Times, December 17, 1897, p. 11; The Times, December 20, 1897, p. 6; The Times, January 14, 1898, p. 5, Dec 16, 1897, p. 11

 

Assassination of Mr. William Terriss

The Times, December 17, 1897, 11 (edited)

The Murder

Last evening Mr. William Terriss, one of the most popular actors on the London stage, was assassinated at the private entrance to the Adelphi Theatre in Maiden-lane, Covent-garden.  He had spent the afternoon with some friends and had gone home to dinner at about 5 o'clock.  Subsequently, he proceeded as usual to the theatre, where he was taking the chief part in Secret Service, and, on reaching the private entrance, he was suddenly attacked by a man between 30 and 40 years of age who stabbed him in the region of the heart and again in the back.  The weapon employed is described as a long, thin-bladed knife.

Mr. Terriss at once fell to the ground, exclaiming.  "He has stabbed me, arrest him."  The assassin, after a struggle, was captured and straightway conveyed to Bow-street police-station.  Mr. Terriss, meanwhile, was carried inside the theatre, and medical aid was at once summoned from Charing-cross Hospital and obtained.  It was not possible, however, to convey him further then the foot of the stairs leading to his dressing-room and here, after lying in a state of semi-consciousness for about a quarter of an hour or 20 minutes, he died,

Mr. Hayward, house physician at Charing-cross Hospital, was the first medical man to arrive, and, seeing the nature of the case, he at once sent for Mr. W. H. Morgan, the house surgeon, who found Mr. Terriss lying on the floor of the private passage of the entrance with a wound over the heart about an inch long.  Mr. Morgan at once returned to the hospital to obtain the instruments necessary for the transfusion of blood, but, on his return, Mr. Terriss was dead.  The body was afterwards taken upstairs when two other wounds in the back were found, one being under the left shoulder blade.  Mr. Waterhouse, honorary surgeon on the staff of the hospital, arrived after death and pronounced it to have been a hopeless case from the outset.

The assassin is known by the name of William Archer, or William Archer Flint.  Some years ago, he was employed as a supernumerary at the Adelphi, one of the pieces in which he appeared being In the Ranks.  It is understood he had frequently applied to Mr. Terriss and other members of the company for help, and a great deal had been done for him by them.  Recently, however, he had become so importunate in his demands that Mr. Terriss refused to do anything more for him but referred him to the Actors' Benevolent Fund from which association he received a grant.  For several nights past, Archer had been noticed hanging about the private entrance to the theatre, and, on Wednesday night, it is reported, he made an inquiry of the stage-door keeper as to Mr. Terriss's whereabouts.  He is said to have been known in the theatre as "Mad Archer," but the stage-door keeper and others last night expressed a doubt as to whether he is insane.

At the time of the dastardly occurrence, the house was full, and Secret Service was about to begin, when Mr. Budd, the assistant stage-manager, went before the curtain and explained that the performance could not take place, but that all money would be returned.  The audience, who were not informed of the exact nature of the occurrence, quietly dispersed, and the theatre was at once closed.  The knowledge, however, that something serious had happened to so popular a favourite quickly spread throughout the neighbourhood, and the absence of life about the main entrance to the theatre gave rise to much curiosity as to the cause of the extinction of the lights over the porch and the closing of the doors.  It was not long, however, before the truth leaked out, and many anxious inquirers found their way round to the quiet little thoroughfare at the back of the theatre, which was the scene of the cruel ending of Mr. Terriss's life, only to learn that what was by this time reported in the streets was but the bare truth.  Amongst all connected with the theatre, the utmost indignation at the crime was expressed, and an atmosphere of deep gloom hung over and around the stage door.

The body of Mr. William Terriss was to be removed at 1 o'clock this morning to the mortuary at Charing-cross Hospital,

The murderer, when brought into Bow-street police-station in charge of a uniformed constable who was on duty in the immediate vicinity, had the weapon with which the deed was committed concealed beneath an Inverness cape that he wore.  The weapon is of a most formidable character, having the appearance of a butcher's knife.  In reply to the charge of murder, he is reported to have said:  'He has done me out of the Benevolent Fund this morning, and I am out of it for life.'

Mr. Frederick Lane, who "understudies" Mr. Terriss in the part of Captain Thorne, had a peculiar story to tell.  He said:

    I dreamt about this very thing last night, and when I came to the theatre this morning for the rehearsal, I told all the 'boys' about it.  I dreamt I saw Mr. Terriss lying in the landing, surrounded by a crowed, and that he was raving.  I seemed to see it all, and then it all seemed to fade away.  It was a horrible dream, and I could not tell what it meant.  I tried to forget it during the day, but to-night again when I came to the theatre, I was going down Bedford-street when something seemed to say.  'Do not go there.'  I then went round to Maiden-lane, and there I saw this villain.  I had heard of him as being an old super and knew he was asking for Mr. Terriss last night.  His appearance struck me as peculiar.  He wore a big cloak and a slouch hat.  I, however, do not know him, and he said nothing to me.  I walked on, and then a few minutes afterwards I heard a great noise and found that he had stabbed Mr. Terriss.  I rushed back and saw Mr. Terriss taken indoors.  If it had not been for the police, I believe the man would have been lynched.  He was a fellow of average height, had a dark moustache, and a somewhat foreign appearance.  I can suggest no motive whatever for the crime.  The man may possibly have been refused money.  I cannot tell, though, and it is at any rate certain he no reason to go to such an awful extreme.  Mr. Terriss was the kindest of men, and we loved him both on and off the stage.  He was, indeed, 'one of the best.'

Another member of the Adelphi Company further corroborated the statements previously made in reference to the personality of Mr. Terriss's assailant, mentioning that at the theatre he was generally known as "Mad Archer."  When seen by Mr. Nicholls on the previous evening and told that he could not see Mr. Terriss, he is stated to have gone away murmuring "Not yet."

A commissionaire, who was an eye-witness of the murder, states that after stabbing Mr. Terriss, Archer was seized by a one-armed commissionaire named Joyce.  He said.  'I'm not going to run away and will go with you to the police station.'  Archer is alleged to have nursed a grievance against Mr. Terriss even before he left the employ of the Adelphi and is reported to have more than once stood in the wings and made sarcastic remarks at the expense of the deceased actor.  One of his remarks is quoted as an instance of this—'Fools often succeed in life where men of genius fail.'

 

The Times, December 20, 1897, 6 (edited)

Memorial Service and Funeral

The funeral was preceded by a memorial service held at the Chapel Royal, Savoy.  There was a large attendance of members of the theatrical profession and others, those present including Lord Londesborough, Lady Bancroft, Mr. Furneaux Cook, Miss Kate Phillips, Mr. H. B. Irving, Mr. F. G. Latham, Mr. Luigi Lablache, Mr. Charles Sugden, Mr. Fred Upton, Mr. Davenport Adams, Mr. J. D. Tidd, honorary treasurer of the Dramatic and Musical Sick Fund, Dr. Donald Armour, and Mr. Frederick Davies.

The service was conducted by the Rev. Paul Wyatt, the chaplain, assisted by the Rev. T. E. Franklyn.  It commenced with the singing of the hymn "When the day of toil is done," set to music by Sir John Stainer.  The first portion of the burial service was read, after which the hymn, "Now the labourer's task is o'er," was sung, followed by the anthem "O, rest in the Lord."

An address was delivered by the Rev. P. V. Wyatt.  He asked which of them gathered there that morning could by any possibility have dreamt that such a call would have brought them together.  It was all so sudden and so cruel.  One of them, in the very midst of life, health, and usefulness, esteemed by those around him, was struck down by a cowardly hand.  The horror of it flashed through London from, east to west, and linked east and west in one common sorrow.  Among all the testimonies which had been pouring in in Mr. Terriss's memory were the two utterances, which they had all seen that morning in print.  "I did not know he had an enemy in life," and "I would have risked 20 lives to have saved his," were typical of the sentiments of those who knew him and loved him best.  They seemed as if they could not get the dreadful tragedy out of their minds.  The word "assassination," thank God, was unknown in England, and it was to be hoped it would ever remain so.  [Actors] had ever a most appreciative audience because they knew there was the best teaching in those scenes of human life which they portrayed; they knew the morals of the English stage could no longer be talked of as being weak; that there was pure teaching, and that there were pure lives; that the teaching was getting ever better and the lives ever purer.  [Members of the dramatic profession] would go back strengthened in the sense that the dead man's kindly life had made a deep impression, not only on all there, who were his partners in work but upon the hearts of all the English people.  The hymn "Lead, kindly light" was afterwards sung, and the service concluded with the playing of the "Dead March."

The Funeral

The remains of the actor professionally known as Mr. William Terriss were early on Saturday morning placed in a leaden shell, to be enclosed in in English oak outer coffin.  The following engraved inscription will appear on the outer lid:

WILLIAM CHARLES JAMES LEWIN.
Died 16th December 1897.
Aged 49 years.

Yesterday afternoon, amidst a most impressive demonstration of public and private sorrow and sympathy, the remains of Mr. William Terriss, whose tragic death has for some days been an absorbing topic of conversation, were buried in Brompton Cemetery.  In spite of a cutting wind, the hold which he had obtained upon the affections of friends and strangers—playgoers alike—could hardly have been more abundantly proved.  Never, perhaps, have these grounds been more densely thronged.

Long before the interment took place the influx began, and it is computed that by the hour fixed for the ceremony—1 o'clock—no fewer than 50,000 persons were present.  Fortunately, the police had little or no difficulty in maintaining order, though the conclusion of the service was followed by what at one moment threatened to be an ugly rush towards the grave.

Punctually at noon the procession left the residence of Mr. Terriss, The Cottage, Bedford-park, Cheswick.  No sign of mourning was wanting.  A reverent crowd had assembled in front of and near the house, innumerable blinds were down, and flags flew at half-mast.  [Although women seldom attended funerals in Victorian England, Jessie Millward did—accompanied by Sir Henry Irving.  Her wreath bore the inscription 'To my dear comrade'.]  The wreaths were elaborate and numerous enough to fill six vehicles, including two hearses.  One, a circle of white lilies and orchids from the Prince of Wales, expressed "deepest sympathy" another, a globe in yellow and white chrysanthemums, with the inscription "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players," came from the company at Drury Lane Theatre, a third, a charming arrangement of winter flowers in the form of a Jacob's ladder with flying birds, was the offering of the actor's comrades at the Adelphi.  Similar tokens of respect were sent by Lord Rosebery, Sir Henry Irving, Lord Londesborough, Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft, Miss Ellen Terry, Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, Mr. Alfred de Rothschild, Mr. Pinero, Mr. Charles Wyndham, Miss Mary Moore, Mr. G. R. Sims, Sir Edward Clarke, Q.C., M.P., Mr. and Mrs. Kendal, Mr. J. Comyns Carr…

The procession is estimated to have been nearly half a mile long.  It passed through thick lines of spectators, arriving at the cemetery shortly after 1 o'clock.  In front of the chapel were many of Mr. Terriss's friends—Sir Henry Irving, Mr. Beerbohm Tree, Mr. Fred Terry, Mr. Lionel Monckton, Mr. Ralph Lumley, Mr. Webster, Sir Edward Lawson, Mr. T. W. Lovell, Mr. W. S. Penley, Mr. Cecil Raleigh, Mr. Lionel Brough, Mr. Frederick Carr…

Sir Henry Irving was visibly impressed with a sense of the loss he had suffered by the death of his old supporter.  Of course, all the seats in the chapel were soon occupied by mourners.  The Rev. Mr. Vesy, chaplain of the cemetery, officiated, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Wyatt, of the Savoy, and the Rev. Mr. Pennington.  The grave, a brick vault, is on the eastern side of the grounds, and on the slope in front of it were placed a large number of the wreaths.  The words of comital were recited by the Rev. Mr. Vesey, who afterwards delivered a brief address….

If there could be any consolation for Mr. Terriss's wife and family in their great affliction, it would be found in that general expression of sorrow.  Men and women alike had lost in him a friend.  It was unnecessary at that moment to say much of the life of Mr. Terriss.  His fellow workers in the noble calling to which he belonged, and which now stood higher than ever in public esteem, knew all that could be said on that subject.  It might, however, be added that they might draw a great lesson from the events of the past week.  If they were doing their duty in their calling, they would feel that there was always a great reward to be had in public appreciation.  If they tried, as Mr. Terriss tried, to be ever conscientious in their work, they would derive great pleasure from the approval of that public which called upon them to portray before men and women all the complications of human life.  They now left him in the hands of the Almighty—the only keeping to which those who were left would intrust him.  This brought the ceremony to a close.

The Queen, it is understood, has caused an expression of her sympathy to be conveyed to Mrs. Terriss.

 

The Times, January 14, 1898, 5 (edited)

The Trial

Richard Archer Prince, 32, actor, was indicted for the willful murder of Mr. William Charles James Lewin, otherwise William Terriss.

Mr. C. F. Gill and Mr. Horace Avory were counsel for the Crown; Mr. Sands and Mr. Kyd appeared for the prisoner; Mr. Frank Safford watched the case on behalf of the Actors' Benevolent Fund…

In reply to the charge, which was read to him by Mr. Mead, the Deputy Clerk of Arraigns, who asked if he pleaded "Guilty" or "Not Guilty."  The prisoner said.  "Guilty, with great provocation."  (Addressing the Judge.) "I have a favour to ask you my Lord.  I believe it is the law of England to allow me the services of a Queen's Counsel to defend me."

Mr. Sands, interposing, said he was instructed with Mr. Kyd to defend in the matter on instructions coming from friends of the prisoner.

The prisoner:  "I have no friends.  My mother cannot afford a penny to defend me.  If counsel are assisting in defending me, they must be paid by the people who drove me to commit this crime."

Mr. Justice Channell:  "You are not entitled by the law to have the services of a Queen's Counsel.  On the contrary, if you desire a Queen's Counsel, he would have to get a licence to appear for you.  You are entitled to be defended by counsel, or to defend yourself."

The prisoner:  "Thank you, my Lord."

Mr. Justice Channell:  "Assuming that you are in a position to decide which you will do, you have that choice."

… The prisoner thanked his Lordship and said that would do.  He agreed to be defended by the learned counsel who appeared.

In reply to the Clerk of Arraigns as to his plea of Guilty or Not Guilty?

The prisoner said:  I plead "Guilty with the greatest provocation."

Mr. Justice Channell:  "Had you not better take the advice of your counsel?  You are making a plea unknown to the law.  If you insist on pleading 'Guilty, with great provocation,' I shall consider it as a plea for mercy."

After a consultation with his counsel, the prisoner said:  "My Lord, I am advised to plead "Not Guilty," and I plead "Not Guilty."

The jury were then sworn to try the indictment.

Mr. C. F. Gill, in opening the case, said he appeared with his learned friend, Mr. Horace Avory, on behalf of the Crown.  The prisoner was charged with 'the willful murder of Mr. William Terriss, the distinguished actor.'  The facts, so far as they were material to the case for the prosecution, were of the simplest possible character and practically incapable of being disputed…

There could be no question but that he had some years ago conceived a violent hatred of Mr. Terriss and would appear to have been under the impression that Mr. Terriss was in some way preventing him from getting on in his profession.  That was shown by statements made at different times to persons to whom he complained that Mr. Terriss was preventing him from getting employment and was blackmailing [blackballing?] him.  As far as could be ascertained that was a complete delusion on his part.  Mr. Terriss had, on the contrary, assisted him to obtain charitable relief and employment.  The point at which the evidence in the case commenced was in October last, when the prisoner came in contact with Mr. Croydon, a theatrical manager at Newcastle, who engaged him to play a small part at 25s. a week.  The Prisoner said it was important that it should not be known he was taking these small terms as he had played important parts in The Union Jack at the Adelphi, and that if he had been treated justly he would have been employed there at the present time.

The prisoner called on Mr. Croydon on the evening of October 24, and Mr. Croydon noticed that he behaved in rather a peculiar manner.  He said he had only left the Adelphi owing to the conduct of one man and that he might have starved but for the Actors' Benevolent Fund.  He said he would one day be even with the man who had prevented him from getting further assistance.  On October 25, the prisoner went with Mr. Croydon and his company to a place called Hetton, and there he went to the theatre for rehearsal.  Mr. Croydon said it was found that he was incapable of taking any part in the rehearsal.  The prisoner had suggested that the theatre might be closed to see whether he would be able to appear on that Tuesday night, but Mr. Croydon said that was out of the question, that the prisoner had behaved very improperly in obtaining employment, and was quite incapable of discharging the duties, and dismissed him.

On the following Tuesday, the prisoner saw Mr. Croydon again and said he had now got two enemies.  Mr. Croydon asked what he meant.  'Who was the other one?'  And the prisoner said.  'One at the Adelphi, Terriss, the dirty dog.'  Mr. Croydon said he must be mad; he must not talk in that way.  The prisoner replied.  'Yes, but the world will one day ring with my madness.'

About the end of October, the prisoner came to London, and … took a room, for which 4s. was asked …One day after he had come to London, he went into the shop of Mr. Lorberg, a cutler, and there purchased a knife, as at the police-court he admitted.

In October, he was noticed by the doorkeeper at the Adelphi waiting about the stage door, and upon one occasion he brought a letter for Mr. Terriss, which was handed to the doorkeeper, who took it to Mr. Terriss and brought back the answer that it was all right.  The doorkeeper afterwards saw the prisoner loitering about in the neighbourhood of the stage door.  About that time, he was seeking to obtain assistance from the Actors' Benevolent Fund and with the view of getting that assistance it was important that he should have the recommendation of a member of the profession, and there was no doubt he appealed to Mr. Terriss to get the necessary recommendation.

On November 9, he obtained from Mr. Terriss a letter stating that he had known him (the bearer) to be a hard-working actor for many years.  On the strength of that letter, the prisoner received various small sums from the fund.  On December 12, three days after he had received the last grant, he was apparently in great distress for want of money.  He spoke to his landlady and asked her if she could wait till the following Thursday when he would pay her a fortnight's rent for his lodgings, which she consented to do.

On December 15, he was seen close to the stage door of the Adelphi, and he asked the doorkeeper if Mr. Terriss came in by that way.  The doorkeeper, in his discretion, said he did, but as a matter of fact Mr. Terriss did not go in that way but used a private entrance in Maiden-lane.  On the 16th, the prisoner went to the secretary of the Benevolent Fund to ask for further assistance and was told that the committee were not prepared to provide him with any more money.  He seemed to have stayed for a few moments in the office and then walked out.  He returned to his lodgings and told the landlady, Mrs. Darby, he could not find the money to pay her.  After leaving his lodgings, he went to Maiden Lane and thence to the office of Mr. Denton, who did not seem to have noticed anything peculiar about him—nor had Mrs. Darby.

That evening—the 16th—Mr. Terriss, who had had some business with Mr. Graves, a friend of his, drove down with him to the theatre in time for the performance of Secret Service in which he was acting.  They arrived at Maiden-lane about 27 minutes past 7 o'clock and left the cab together.  Terriss went to the private door and paused to take a key from his pocket to open it.  He was in the act of stooping to put the key into the lock when, according to Mr. Graves, the prisoner seemed to rush from the other side of the road and inflicted a wound upon the deceased gentleman by stabbing him in the back.  There could be no doubt that he stabbed him twice while he was in the act of putting the key in the door—once in the spine, in the middle of the back, then under the left shoulder.  The deceased said.  "Oh, my God, I am stabbed," and, as he turned round, the prisoner dealt him a violent blow with the knife, which struck him on the breast and stabbed him to the heart.  That was the wound from which he died within half an hour.  He never spoke again except to utter the words.  "I am stabbed; arrest that man."

Mr. Graves gave the alarm; a constable was quickly on the scene, and the prisoner did not make any attempt to escape.  The prisoner walked with Mr. Graves and the constable to Bow-street.  On the way there, Mr. Graves asked the prisoner what induced him to do such a cruel act.  The prisoner replied.  'Mr. Terriss would not employ me, and I was determined to be revenged.'  He said the deceased had kept him out of employment for ten years, that he should have to die in the street or else have his revenge on Mr. Terriss, and that the deceased had blackmailed him out of a lot of money from the fund.  He used the word 'blackmail" but in what meaning was not known.

When taking the charge, the inspector asked.  'Where is the knife?'  Upon which the prisoner put his hand in his pocket and drew out a butcher's knife, [and said] 'That is what I stabbed him with.'  He had done warning, and if he is dead, he knows what he has to expect.  'He prevented me getting assistance from the fund to-day.  I have stabbed him.'

In answer to the charge, the prisoner said.  'All right.'

Later in the evening, he said to an officer that he met his sister in the Strand that evening and asked her for assistance.  She said she would rather see him dead in the gutter than assist him.  The prisoner added.  'If she had given me 10s. this would never have happened.'  He also said it was quite clear to him that she was in league with Mr. Terriss in blackmailing him.

With regard to the commission of the crime and the facts surrounding it, there could be no question whatever that Mr. Terriss met his death as the result of the act of the prisoner, and that he was responsible for his death, and was presumed by law to be sane.  The jury would, Mr. Gill thought, appreciate that the only question which could be raised in answer to the charge was whether the prisoner was sane or insane at the time of the murder.  The responsibility of that rested with those who represented the accused.  Having regard to the circumstances of the case the prisoner had, since his arrest, been under the close observation of the medical officer of the prison, and had also been seen by other medical men.  The result of their examination had been placed at the disposal of the defence.

With regard to the case for the prosecution and the evidence he was about to call, the jury would come to the conclusion that the prisoner was acting with the greatest deliberation, and that, cherishing a feeling of hatred against Mr. Terriss, he was uttering threats as to what he proposed to do.  During the time he was in London at the end of October, he was obviously contemplating the crime, because they found him purchasing the knife and uttering the threats against Mr. Terriss.  The jury had heard the whole of his movements on the day preceding the murder and on the actual day, when he appeared to have waited outside the private door until Mr. Terriss arrived, and, when he saw him, rushed forward and stabbed him repeatedly in such a way as to cause his death.  The question which they had to decide was a very serious one and one on which they would not hastily come to a conclusion.  They would, he hoped, in any event, dismiss from their minds all that they had read or heard in regard to the case.  The whole of the evidence as to the state of the prisoner's mind would be laid before them, and they would hear what the defence would have to bring to their notice.  He felt sure that they would give to all those circumstances that attention and deliberation which would enable them to decide on the momentous issue of the case.

Evidence was then called for the prosecution.

Mr. Thomas Lewin, an actor, said that the deceased was his father, and his professional name was William Terriss.  He last saw him alive on the evening of December 15.  On the following night, he saw him lying dead at the Adelphi a little before 11 o'clock.  Witness did not know the prisoner.

The prisoner:  "I saw you once in The Harbour Lights."

Witness:  "That is perfectly false…"

Mr. Ralph Croydon, a theatrical manager, said that in October last he was with a company at Newcastle.  On Saturday, October 23, the prisoner came and saw him in answer to an advertisement.  The prisoner applied to him to engage him in his company, and he engaged him at 20s. per week to play small parts.  Witness asked what experience he had had.  He said his experience justified him in playing better parts, that he had played an important part at the Adelphi in Union Jack, and that he would have been there then but for one man.  Witness saw him the next day.  The prisoner had tea with some of the company.  The prisoner repeated his statement that he would have been at the Adelphi but for one person, with whom he would be equal one day, and that he would have starved if it had not been for the Actors' Benevolent Fund.

They went on October 25 to Hetton.  At the rehearsal, witness found the prisoner absolutely incapable of playing any parts—he did not know the words, and he was ridiculously dramatic.  The prisoner, in explanation, said his brain was gone, and that witness had better close the theatre till Tuesday.  Witness left him with the stage manager to see if he would improve.  When he returned, he found that the rehearsal had been stopped in consequence of the prisoner.  Witness sent the prisoner away.  The prisoner called next day to be paid, and witness said he had no right to take the engagement.  The prisoner said he had a right and would have been at the Adelphi playing big parts but for one person.  Witness asked who the man at the Adelphi was of whom he had been speaking.  The prisoner replied that it was Mr. Terriss, who, he said, was 'a dirty dog.'  Witness told him that he must be mad to talk like that.  The prisoner said the world would ring with his madness before long.  The prisoner said he had come from the Union Jack Company at Shields.

Cross-examined.  On October 25, witness noticed the prisoner was strange in his manner.  He talked in a dramatic way, saying "his foot was on his native heath and his name it was McGregor."  [Walter Scott's Rob Roy].  After saying that, the prisoner was not quite so dramatic.  He spoke as a man who thought he had been wronged.  Witness's wife told witness that at tea on that day a tin of sardines was being opened, and the prisoner asked them to put the knife away as he did not like the look of it.  The prisoner's part was a very small one and could be learned in a few hours.  The prisoner gave no explanation of his not learning it except that his brain was gone, and he seemed to resent their saying that he could not learn it.

Mr. C. B. Colson, secretary to the Actors' Benevolent Fund, said he knew the prisoner very well.  The prisoner had received money from the fund.  In November, the prisoner made an application for relief from the fund.  They required a form to be filled up by an applicant.  The form produced was that filled up by the prisoner, and it enclosed a letter of recommendation from Mr. Terriss, dated November 9, saving that he had known the prisoner as a hard working actor,

The following letters were then put in and read:

    10, Eaton-court, Eaton-lane,
    Buckingham Palace-road, S.W.

    To the Gentlemen of the Committee.

    Gentlemen, the reason I have to ask for help is that I was out of an engagement for over 12 months before I received the last one and lost it through no fault of my own.  All the time, I was in my last engagement I had to spend all my money in dressing the parts of Captain Morton and Sir Philip Yorke (these are characters in The Union Jack).  When I left off on Saturday night, I had not a shilling to call my own.  I have parted with everything I have in the world.  My box is at the dock—for my fare and passage.  I have nowhere else to go.  I thought I might get something to do in town.  For the last six or seven years, all the engagements I have had have taken the money I received from them to keep me on tour.  It was taking me all my time to live without being able to save.  If you will only help me to live for a week or two, I think I shall be able to get an engagement.

    Yours faithfully,
    Richard Archer Prince

    16, Eaton-court, Eaton-square, S.W.

[Other letters were produced]

Archibald King Holland, clerk in the office of the Actors' Benevolent Fund, said he saw the prisoner on the afternoon of December 16 at 4 o'clock, and told him that the committee were unable to entertain his application for further assistance.  The prisoner turned round and left the room without saying anything.

Mrs. Charlotte Darby, wife of Charles Darby, said she resided in Eaton-court, Buckingham-palace Road, and let lodgings there.  In October, she let a room to the prisoner at a rent of 4s. a week.  The prisoner said he came from Newcastle and that his luggage was on the boat.  She spoke to him about the rent.  He offered her 2s. She said she could not take 2s. as she wanted a week's rent in advance.  He produced another 1s. and said he would pay her the rest on Saturday.  She let him take possession of the room.  On the following Saturday, he paid her the other 1s. He remained at her house up to the time of his arrest.  While he was staying there, she saw the knife produced in the room upon more than one occasion before his arrest.  The prisoner paid his rent regularly up to the last fortnight.  She asked him for the rent, and he said.  'Wait a few days.'  She waited, and on the Sunday he said.  'Mrs. Darby, can you wait till Thursday?'  She said she would wait.  He said he would pay her two weeks' rent on Thursday, that he expected a letter from his sister, and that it would be one way or the other.  Witness did not understand what he meant.  She said to Prince 'what do you mean?'  He replied.  'That is best known to God and man.'  The prisoner was cheerful while he was in her house and conducted himself as a gentleman.  She knew that be was pawning his clothes.  On December 16, the prisoner told her that he was sorry he had no money for her, and he added.  'What shall I do?'  Witness replied, 'I don't know, Mr. Prince, I am sorry for you.'  He asked for some hot water.  She said she had not got any then.  That was the last time she saw the prisoner before his arrest.

Cross-examined:  The prisoner had his meals in the room.  She did not supply him with food.  He used to have a meal of bread and milk when he got up and when he went out.  He sometimes used to lie in bed late.  The knife was lying about in the room for anybody to see.  She never saw the prisoner use it for anything.  She had seen marks on it as if it had been used for cutting bread.  The prisoner's manner changed during the last two weeks when he could not pay the rent.  He looked troubled.  She could not say what was in a brown paper parcel which the prisoner had with him.

George Lorberg, cutler, Brompton-road, said in October he had some knives for sale similar to that produced.  The price was 9d.  One evening in October, a tall, shabbily-dressed man bought one of the knives.  When witness was giving his evidence at the police court, the prisoner said that witness wanted to sell him a shilling one and that he (the prisoner) said it was large enough to cut bread with.

Henry Spratt, stage doorkeeper at the Adelphi Theatre, said he knew the prisoner by sight.  At the end of October or the beginning of November, the prisoner brought a letter to the stage door and asked him to give it to Mr. Terriss.  Witness sent up the letter to Mr. Terriss, and took back a message to the prisoner that it was all right.  After that witness noticed the prisoner waiting about the stage door on several occasions.  Mr. Terriss did not go in by the stage door but by a private entrance to the theatre in Maiden-lane.  At a few minutes to 7 o'clock on December 15, the prisoner came up and said, 'Mr. Terriss comes out this way?'—meaning the stage door—and witness replied, 'Yes.'

Cross-examined:  It was not an uncommon thing for persons who had been employed at the theatre to wait about the stage door nor was it an uncommon thing for persons to come there to inquire in regard to others.

William Algar, dresser to Mr. Terriss, said that on the night of December 15, he saw the prisoner outside the stage door watching the people going into the theatre by the stage door.  On the night of December 16, witness was waiting for Mr. Terriss in his dressing- room, which is on the first floor, the window being almost immediately above the private entrance.  He heard a shout 'Oh, my God!  I am stabbed.'  He looked out of the window and saw the prisoner strike Mr. Terriss a violent blow in the chest.  The force of the blow seemed to bear Mr. Terriss down.  Mr. Terriss exclaimed 'Oh, my God!  I am stabbed.  Arrest that man.'  The prisoner stepped off the kerb into the road and seemed to want to get at Mr. Terriss again, but he walked to the opposite side of the road.  There were then about a dozen people about.

Police-constable Bragg said that at half-past 7 on the evening of December 16, he heard cries of 'Murder!' and 'Police!' in Maiden-lane.  He went there and saw Mr. Graves and the prisoner about 100 yards from the private door of the theatre.  Mr. Graves gave the prisoner into custody for stabbing Mr. Terriss.  The prisoner said 'What's the matter?'  Witness said 'You know what's the matter.'  He took the prisoner to the station, and on the way, Mr. Graves asked the prisoner what made him do such a cold-blooded thing.  The prisoner said 'In revenge.  He has blackmailed me for 10 years.  I gave him due warning.  I should either have had to die in the streets or have my revenge.'

Cross-examined:  The prisoner used the word 'blackmailing' of his own accord.  He used the word three or four times on the way to the station in a disconnected manner.  The Commissionaires' barracks are close to Maiden-lane, and commissionaires going there would pass along Maiden-lane.  There is a large restaurant opposite the private entrance of the theatre and a public house a short distance away.

Inspector Wood said he was at Bow-street when the prisoner was brought in by the last witness at 7 30 on the evening of December 16.  Mr. Graves, who came with them, said, 'This man has stabbed Mr. Terriss in Maiden-lane as he was about to enter the stage door of the Adelphi Theatre.'  Witness said, 'Where's the knife?'  The prisoner produced it from under his cloak.  The knife had bloodstains on it.  The prisoner said.  'That's what I stabbed him with.  He had due warning, and if he is dead, he knew what he had to expect from me.  He prevented me getting assistance from the Actors' Benevolent Fund to-day, and I have stopped him.'  Shortly afterwards witness learned that Mr. Terries was dead, and he charged the prisoner with murder.  The prisoner replied 'All right,' and he gave his name and address.  The prisoner had upon him some pawn tickets relating to articles of clothing pawned from November 20.  The prisoner was perfectly calm.

Cross-examined:  Witness was more than surprised at the calmness of the prisoner's demeanour.

Sub-inspector French said that at 7 35 on the evening of December 16, he went to the private entrance of the Adelphi Theatre and saw Mr. Terriss lying there with the doctors attending him.  He remained there until Mr. Terriss died, and he then went to Bow-street and charged the prisoner with murder.  The prisoner made no reply.

Inspector Croxton said that on the evening of December 16, the prisoner asked him to inform his sister.  The prisoner said.  'There is no occasion to break it to her gently.  I met her in the Strand about an hour before this occurred and asked her for assistance.  She said she would rather see me dead in the gutter than give me a farthing.  If she had given me half-a-sovereign, this would not have happened.  It is all through her.'  Witness afterwards told the prisoner that Mrs. Archer would not have anything to do with him.  The prisoner said.  'I did not expect she would.  It is now clear to me that she was in league with Terriss in blackmailing me.'

Cross-examined:  The prisoner seemed extraordinarily calm.  His hands were clenched, and he seemed in a state of great tension.

Inspector Leach said he went to the room at Eaton-court, Buckingham Palace-road, on the evening of December 16, after the prisoner's arrest, end found en envelope in Mr. Terriss's handwriting, a list of sub-scribers to the Actors' Benevolent Fund, and some manuscript plays…

Mr. Denton, theatrical agent, of Maiden-lane, said he knew the prisoner.  He first became acquainted with him during the run of The Harbour Lights.  They were both playing in the company.  Mr. Terriss was playing in the piece.  Witness lost sight of him until October or November last when the prisoner called nearly every day at his office for employment.  Witness tried to get him employment, and he offered him a week's engagement, but he would not accept it.  On the afternoon of December 16, the prisoner called upon him and asked him if he had got him any employment, and he said he had not.  Witness noticed nothing strange about the prisoner then.

Cross-examined:  The prisoner had played small parts at the Adelphi.  To the best of witness's recollection, the prisoner seemed to think that he ought to play more important parts.  The prisoner did not appear to have any particular animosity against Mr. Terriss.  The prisoner was peculiar, and could easily be put into a temper…

Mr. Gill said that was the case for the Crown.

Mr. Sands, in opening the case for the prisoner, said seldom had counsel had a more difficult task to perform, for he could not shut his eyes to what had been said and written outside in regard to the case, as showing that the natural sympathy of the public was certainly not with the prisoner, but with the family and the friends of the deceased man.

The jury's duty, however, was to consider what was really the state of mind of the prisoner when he committed the deed.  The defence, in this case, was palpable and patent to all.  An act had been committed, the intent of which and the effect of which it was impossible to dispute.  That Mr. Terriss was killed by the prisoner was undeniable.  In the ordinary course of law, an act of that nature resulted in but one verdict and one consequence.  But the law, in its mercy, made this qualification—that the jury must be satisfied in estimating the intent with which a crime was committed that to make him criminally responsible the person who perpetrated it knew at the time the nature of his act and that he was doing wrong.

He should venture to submit that the prisoner, when he committed that most terrible act, was not in a state of mind to realize what he was doing, and he should call witnesses who would speak to lapses of memory and strange behaviour on the part of the prisoner for years past, which, coupled with a sunstroke in his childhood and with grave delusions and an increasing failure of his mental capacities, would leave no doubt that at the time of that dreadful tragedy he was not responsible for his actions.  He should bring testimony in proof of these statements, and he should then invite the jury to return a verdict indicating that the prisoner, though guilty of the act charged, was insane at the time, and thus not responsible for his actions.

Evidence tor the defence was then called.

Margaret Archer, the prisoner's mother, said he was born in 1858.  In the same year, she was in the harvest field and left her baby in order to do some work.  It was a very hot day.  When she returned to him, he was blue in the face, and his eyes were bad.  She took him to a doctor.  After that sunstroke, he was a little bad tempered as a boy.  He got very angry.  He did not play very much.  He stopped at school until he was 14, and then he went to work at a shipbuilder's.  In the evening, he played as supernumerary at a theatre.  About 1875, witness and her husband came to London.  The prisoner afterwards joined them in London and obtained employment at the Adelphi.  Witness went back to Dundee and did not see much of him.

A few years ago, he came on a theatrical tour to Dundee.  He went to live with her at Dundee eight years ago.  He obtained work with travelling companies and at shipbuilding yards.  He often said that witness doctored his food, and he also said that other people had done it, but did not say who.  When he was out of work, he said that Mr. Arthur prevented him getting work, but witness did not believe him.  Mr. Arthur was theatre master.  When he spoke of Mr. Arthur, he used the word 'blackmailing.'  She did not recollect whether the prisoner used the word 'blackmailing' with regard to anybody else but Mr. Arthur.  The prisoner also used to say he was the Lord Jesus Christ.  When he was in a bad temper, he complained that his tea was poisoned.  He wrote plays, and he sang songs and hymns.  His eyes would stare 'out of his head.'  He left Dundee five months ago.

His father had married before he married witness, and he had a son named David, who was mad when he was born.  Witness had a son called James who was a cabman and coachman in London but who died about eight years ago.  When the prisoner had his 'turns' or fits of ill-temper, he was sometimes very noisy, and looked wild, and said she had poisoned his food.

Cross-examined by Mr. Gill:  The prisoner did not learn very quickly at school; he was bad at taking up things.  He was always a very vain boy and had a very high self-esteem.  If anyone interfered with him, he was very cross.  When he grew up, he had employment at several different places, working as a plater at shipbuilding yards.  He very often complained of people trying to keep him out of work.  He thought he was a grand actor.  When witness said he had 'turns,' she meant that he had violent fits of passion, which put him wrong in his mind.  At other times be was quite calm, and knew what he was doing.  He said he left the Adelphi Theatre in order to get more money, to go in a travelling company.  He said that he ought to have leading parts.

When he was out of theatrical employment, he used to work as a labourer at Dundee.  When he could not get theatrical employment, he was very depressed.  When he was up in London the last time, she knew he had very little money, and he wrote to her saying that he was coming back to Dundee.  When he said that he was Jesus Christ and she the Virgin Mary, he was talking nonsense.  He used to talk nonsense sometimes.  He said that the tea was adulterated.  His brother James was thrown off a cab on to his head in London.  Witness's husband was a ploughman, and he had four children by his first wife and five by her.  David was one of the first family.  David was silly.

Harry Graham Archer said he was the prisoner's brother.  Witness had been living for the last eight years with his mother in Dundee.  When his brother came home from time to time, he slept in the same room with him.  The prisoner said that Robert Arthur had been blackmailing him for the last 10 years, and that the actors generally had all blackmailed him; that men, where he worked, had been sent by Robert Arthur to blackmail him.  The prisoner's temper was very passionate indeed.  There was no reason for his temper.  He said that witness was in league with Robert Arthur in blackmailing him.  The prisoner had attacked witness several times.  Once three years ago something had vexed the prisoner.  The prisoner used a knife and a poker to him, and nearly took his life, and he thought he was mad at the time.  The prisoner put his mother outside the door, and they had to go into a neighbour's house.  Witness went for the police and when they arrived the prisoner was quieter, so they took no proceedings.  …

Cross-examined:  Witness thought a doctor in Dundee saw the prisoner about his fits of passion, but witness did not know his name.  Witness had tried to get the doctor's name.  The prisoner thought he was a very fine actor—a much better actor than the men who were playing the leading parts.  A very little drink affected the prisoner.  When the prisoner threatened him with a knife, it was New Year's time.  There was a good deal of drinking in Scotland at that time.  He thought the prisoner meant black-balling when he used the word 'blackmail.'

Re-examined:  The prisoner had not, as far as he knew, been drinking when they had the quarrel.

Maggie Archer said that Mrs. Archer was her grand-mother, and she lived with her.  The prisoner was her uncle.  Witness had a friend called Jessie.  Two years ago Jessie came to see her.  The prisoner came in and said to Jessie.  'Are you the last spy sent here?' and he told her to go, but she did not go.  The prisoner looked very wild.…

Dr. Bastian, who was requested…to examine the prisoner at Holloway, said he visited the prisoner there on December 31 and January 6.  He had also read a number of letters written by the prisoner besides those put in evidence.  He thought that at the two interviews he had with him the prisoner was of unsound mind and that he probably had been so for some time.  For public safety, the prisoner ought to be in an asylum.  The prisoner was excitable and incoherent in his conversation, and it appeared to witness that the prisoner's mind was saturated with delusions of persecution.

The prisoner appeared to think that a number of persons, principally Mr. Terriss, had been black-mailing him, and he also said that Mr. [James F.] Elliston was one of the persons.  He also thought that he was being poisoned by different people who, he thought, were emissaries of Mr. Terriss.  The prisoner showed no remorse but seemed to think that it was an act of justice that Mr. Terriss should have been killed—that it was an act of justice brought about in some way by the intervention of the Almighty.  Witness did not attach much importance to the sunstroke.  The prisoner had an attack of some kind or other which might have injured his brain, and that would be a contributory cause.

The fact that he could not get employment would aggravate his mental condition, and all the distress and anxiety which he suffered then would make his condition worse.  The prisoner was evidently under the same notions some years ago, and they were complete delusions.  Witness believed that the prisoner's act in killing Mr. Terriss was the result of those delusions, he having been under the delusion that Mr. Terriss was persecuting him.  He did not think that the prisoner was capable of exercising self-control at the time.

In cross-examination Dr. Bastian said, with regard to the purchase of the knife by the prisoner, he did not think the prisoner contemplated doing such an act a month before he did it.  He did not attach any importance to the purchase of the knife.

Mr. Justice Channell asked if it would make any difference in witness's opinion if he thought the prisoner had premeditated it.

Witness:  'No because insane persons do premeditate.  I am perfectly certain that the prisoner was insane….'

Dr. Scott, medical officer of Holloway Gaol, said he agreed with the evidence of Dr. Bastian and Dr. Hyslop.  The prisoner suffered from insane delusions, and he was of unsound mind.  Being cross-examined, he said he did not think the prisoner understood the quality of the act.  He only knew the difference between right and wrong to a limited extent.

That closed the evidence for the defence…

Justice Channell, in summing up the case for the jury, said the…jury must decide the case not from any preconceived opinion, but entirely by the evidence which had been laid before them.  If it appeared to them that the prisoner committed the act as charged but was insane, so as not to be responsible for his actions, they must return a special verdict to that effect.  There was no doubt that the prisoner committed the act, and there was also evidence that it was premeditated, but premeditation did not prevent a man's being so insane as to be irresponsible at law…

Therefore it was that the law had said that the mere fact of insanity was not enough to make a person irresponsible according to law, but what was required to make a person irresponsible was that he must be shown to be, at the time of the committing of the act, labouring under such a defect of reason, from disease of the mind, as not to know the nature or the quality of the act, or, if he did know it, that he did not know he was doing wrong [the M'Naghten Rules].  Those were the words in which the law was laid down by the House of Lords.

The learned Judge pointed out that there must be some disease of the mind from which the defect of reason arose.  Mere moral deficiency which made a person think a thing right when mankind in general, and the law said it was wrong, would not be insanity which would prevent him from being responsible.  It must be a disease of the mind which must go the length of preventing him knowing the nature and quality of the act or that it was wrong.  Having referred to the evidence and to the testimony of the medical experts, who had expressed the unanimous and undoubted opinion that the prisoner was insane, the leaned Judge concluded by observing that the questions were, first, whether the jury were satisfied that the prisoner committed the act and, secondly, whether it had been made to appear to them that, at the time he committed it, he was not responsible, according to law, by reason of disease of the mind.

 

The Times, January 14, 1898 (edited)

The Verdict

The jury at 25 minutes to 7 o'clock retired to consider their verdict, and, after an absence of half an hour, they returned into the court.

In reply to Mr. H. K. Avory, the Clerk of Arraigns, who asked if they had agreed upon their verdict and if they found the prisoner guilty or not guilty, the foreman said.  'We find the prisoner guilty of willful murder.  We say that he knew what he was doing and to whom he was doing it but, on the medical evidence, that he was not responsible for his actions.'

Mr. Avory (to the jury):  'You say that he was insane so as not to be responsible at law for his actions at the time he committed the act?'

The Foreman:  'On the medical evidence, yes.'

Mr. Justice Channell said the order of the Court was that the prisoner be detained as a criminal lunatic at Holloway until her Majesty's pleasure be known.

The prisoner:  'Shall I not be allowed to make a statement of thanks to the Court?  I should like to thank all the gentlemen who have assisted in the case.  I did not bring my defence properly forward after the medical evidence because I did not think it necessary, and because I should not have been believed.  All that I can say is that I have had a very fair trial and thank—'

Mr. Justice Channell:  'I cannot allow any statement now; it is better not.'

The prisoner:  'All I can say is that I thank you.'

Mr. Justice Channell:  'You are entitled to thank your counsel.'

The prisoner was then removed from the dock.

 

After Words

Prince's relatively mild sentence was met with anger by the theatrical community, and Sir Henry Irving would later be quoted as saying.  "Terriss was an actor, so his murderer will not be executed."

It is stated that at the time of his death, William Terriss had acquired the dramatic rights to Charles Hannan's Scottish novel The Wooing of Avis Grayle.  He was to have played the part of Vane Iredale, the Judge, who is compelled by the decision of the Scottish jury to condemn his dearest friend to death for the crime of which he himself is guilty.

Breezy Bill's ghost has been "seen" on many occasions.  In 1928, he appeared in an Adelphi dressing room in the midst of a greenish mist.  He appears at Covent Garden subway station.  (He used to visit a bakery demolished when the station was built.)  In 1955, he was sighted on the platform dressed in opera cloak and gloves with a sad face and sunken cheeks.  The murdered man's ghost is also supposed to haunt Maiden Lane.

Terriss' wife remained at the family home where she died the following year after a prolonged period of mourning.  As she was independently wealthy, their three children shared the father's fortune of £20,000 [approx. 2.5 million dollars in 2016].  Their daughter, Ellaline, lived to be a hundred, dying in 1971.  On the centenary of William Terriss' death, Sir Donald Sinden unveiled a memorial plaque to him at the Adelphi Theatre.

For some time, Jessie Millward had been troubled by nightmares, in particular, one in which Terriss was calling out 'Sis! Sis!' from a locked room, the door of which she burst open to catch him as he fell.  She was replaced in Secret Service by May Whitty and never appeared at the Adelphi again.  In 1890, she visited the United States at the invitation of Charles Frohman and performed on Broadway.  In 1907, she married John Glendinning, an actor and playwright.  Millward published an autobiography in 1923, Myself and Others.  She died in 1932.

Richard Archer Prince was sent to Broadmoor, a prison for the criminally insane.  There he achieved his goals.  He became heavily involved in entertainments for the inmates and conducted the prison orchestra.  He lived almost forty years after the murder, dying in 1936.


16 December 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Performance cancelled—murder of William Terriss


17 December 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


18 December 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


20 December 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


21 December 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


22 December 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


23 December 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


24 December 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Out of respect for William Terriss


25 December 1897
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


27 December 1897
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
27 December 1897
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Secret Service (23)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 15 December 1897; Next 27 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

Cast Changes:

BUT  Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge (replaces Harry Nicholls)
  Corporal Matson: W. Powell (replaces Pollard)
  Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty (replaces Miss [Jessie] Millward)
  Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring (replaces William Terriss)
  Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter (replaces T. E. Buxton)
  Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield (replaces Maule Cole)
  second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme (replaces H. Hadfield)
  third War Dept. messenger: Pollard (replaces P. West)

27 December 1897
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1897
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Secret Service (24)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 27 December 1897; Next 28 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

28 December 1897
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 December 1897
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (25)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 27 December 1897; Next 29 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

29 December 1897
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
29 December 1897
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1)  Secret Service (26)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 28 December 1897; Next 29 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

29 December 1897
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1897
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (27)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 29 December 1897; Next 30 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

30 December 1897
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1897
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (28)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 29 December 1897; Next 31 December 1897

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

31 December 1897
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1897
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (29)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 30 December 1897; Next 1 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

1 January 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (30)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 31 December 1897; Next 3 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

3 January 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (31)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 1 January 1898; Next 4 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

4 January 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (32)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 3 January 1898; Next 5 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

5 January 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
5 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (33)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 4 January 1898; Next 5 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

5 January 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (34)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 5 January 1898; Next 6 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

6 January 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (35)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 5 January 1898; Next 7 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

7 January 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (36)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 6 January 1898; Next 8 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

8 January 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (37)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 7 January 1898; Next 10 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

10 January 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (38)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 8 January 1898; Next 11 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

11 January 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (39)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 10 January 1898; Next 12 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

12 January 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
12 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (40)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 11 January 1898; Next 12 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

12 January 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1898
advertisement
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1)  Secret Service (41)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 12 January 1898; Next 13 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

13 January 1898
Thursday  Evening
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13 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (42)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 12 January 1898; Next 14 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

14 January 1898
Friday  Evening
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14 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (43)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 13 January 1898; Next 15 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

15 January 1898
Saturday  Evening
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15 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (44)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 14 January 1898; Next 17 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

17 January 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1898
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Secret Service (45)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 15 January 1898; Next 18 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

18 January 1898
Tuesday  Evening
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18 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (46)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 17 January 1898; Next 19 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

19 January 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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19 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (47)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 18 January 1898; Next 19 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

19 January 1898
Wednesday  Evening
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19 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (48)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 19 January 1898; Next 20 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

20 January 1898
Thursday  Evening
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20 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (49)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 19 January 1898; Next 26 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

21 January 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1898
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  "B. B." (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll gives subtitle The Benicia Boy

Author: Montagu Williams; Author: Francis C. Burnand

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Next 22 January 1898

Time:  8:00  Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles (the Ex-Chicken, a retired prize fighter): W. St. John
Joe (waiter at the "Percy Arms"): Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin (an agent): A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon (landlady at the Percy Arms): Miss Crofton
Dorothy (housemaid): Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (1)

Title Comment:  Founded on an incident during the great French Revolution

Author: [H. Kyrle Bellew]

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Next 22 January 1898

Time:  8:30  Genre:  (Drama) drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux (a young artist): Henry Vibart
David (painter of the Republic): W. T. Lovell
Potin (barber): A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde (an advocate): H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet (deputy at the Convention): George Crofton
Chabot (deputy at the Convention): Stanley Wade
Rebullet (a commissary): Howard Russell
Cannut (a patriot): W. St. John
printer: [Arthur] Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont (sister to Charlotte): Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard (mistress to Marat): Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne (a woman of the people): Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard (a female warder): Miss Stirling
Marie (maid to the Corday d'Armonts): Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

Scenery Description

General, Music


22 January 1898
Saturday  Evening
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22 January 1898
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1)  "B. B." (2)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 21 January 1898; Next 24 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (2)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 21 January 1898; Next 24 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

24 January 1898
Monday  Evening
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1)  "B. B." (3)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 22 January 1898; Next 25 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (3)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 22 January 1898; Next 25 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

25 January 1898
Tuesday  Evening
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1)  "B. B." (4)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 24 January 1898; Next 27 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (4)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 24 January 1898; Next 26 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

26 January 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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26 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (50)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 20 January 1898; Next 26 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

2)  Charlotte Corday (5)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 25 January 1898; Next 26 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

26 January 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1898
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1)  Secret Service (51)

Performances:  First 24 November 1897; Previous 26 January 1898

Cast:

Brigadier-General Nelson Randolph: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Mrs. Gen. Varney: Miss Bella Pateman
Edith Varney: Miss May Whitty
Wilfred Varney: H. M[arsh] Allen
Caroline Mitford: Miss Georgie Esmond
Lewis Dumont: Herbert Waring
Henry Dumont: Stanley Wade
Mr. Benton Arrelsford: Creagh Henry
Miss Kittridge: Miss Olive Haygett
Lieut. Maxwell: Frederick Lane
Martha: Miss Lestrange
Jonas: Maurice Drew
Lieut. Foray: Carter Bligh
Lieut. Allison: F. Poynter
Sergeant Wilson: F. G. Strickland
Sgt. Ellington: T. Warrener
Corporal Matson: W. Powell
Lieut. Tyree: H. Hadfield
Lieut. Ensing: C. Wallis
cavalry orderly: W. Powell
artillery orderly: R. Lovell
messenger from the Winder Hospital: Wilkinson
first War Dept. messenger: A. Bliss
second War Dept. messenger: H. E. Orme
third War Dept. messenger: Pollard
fourth War Dept. messenger: A. Kingsley
messenger A: J. Wilson
messenger B: C. Crowe
Eddinger: M. Mori

2)  Charlotte Corday (6)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 26 January 1898; Next 27 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

27 January 1898
Thursday  Evening
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1)  "B. B." (5)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 25 January 1898; Next 28 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (7)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 26 January 1898; Next 28 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

28 January 1898
Friday  Evening
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1)  "B. B." (6)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 27 January 1898; Next 29 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (8)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 27 January 1898; Next 29 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

29 January 1898
Saturday  Evening
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1)  "B. B." (7)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 28 January 1898; Next 31 January 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (9)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 28 January 1898; Next 31 January 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

31 January 1898
Monday  Evening
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31 January 1898
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1)  "B. B." (8)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 29 January 1898; Next 1 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (10)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 29 January 1898; Next 1 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

1 February 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (9)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 31 January 1898; Next 2 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (11)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 31 January 1898; Next 2 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

2 February 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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2 February 1898
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1)  "B. B." (10)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 1 February 1898; Next 2 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (12)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 1 February 1898; Next 2 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

2 February 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (11)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 2 February 1898; Next 3 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (13)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 2 February 1898; Next 3 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

3 February 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (12)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 2 February 1898; Next 4 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (14)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 2 February 1898; Next 4 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

4 February 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (13)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 3 February 1898; Next 5 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (15)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 3 February 1898; Next 5 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

5 February 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (14)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 4 February 1898; Next 7 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (16)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 4 February 1898; Next 7 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

7 February 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (15)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 5 February 1898; Next 8 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (17)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 5 February 1898; Next 8 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

8 February 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (16)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 7 February 1898; Next 9 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (18)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 7 February 1898; Next 9 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

9 February 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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9 February 1898
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (1)

Author: Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Next 12 February 1898

Time:  2:30  Genre:  (Drama) play; [5 acts]

First Night Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: A[rthur] Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

Scenery Description

General, Music


9 February 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (17)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 8 February 1898; Next 10 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (19)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 8 February 1898; Next 10 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

10 February 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (18)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 9 February 1898; Next 11 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (20)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 9 February 1898; Next 11 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

11 February 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  "B. B." (19)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 10 February 1898

Cast:

Squire Greenfield: Howard Russell
Bob Rattles: W. St. John
Joe: Arthur Bawtree
Mr. Benjamin Bobbin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Mrs. Puncheon: Miss Crofton
Dorothy: Miss Alice Beet

2)  Charlotte Corday (21)

Performances:  First 21 January 1898; Previous 10 February 1898

Cast:

Marat: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Francoise de Corday d'Armont: Luigi Lablache
Abbe Fleuriot: Fred[erick A.] Everill
Adam Lux: Henry Vibart
David: W. T. Lovell
Potin: A[rthur] G. Poulton
Chevaux de la Garde: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Drouet: George Crofton
Chabot: Stanley Wade
Rebullet: Howard Russell
Cannut: W. St. John
printer: Arthur Bawtree
gendarme: T. E. Buxton
jailor: E. J. Norris
Rose de Corday d'Armont: Miss Betty Macdonald
Simmone Everard: Miss Olive Stettith
Marianne: Miss Mabel Hackney
Madame Richard: Miss Stirling
Marie: Miss Alice Beet
concierge: Miss Crofton
Charlotte Corday: Mrs. Brown Potter

12 February 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1898
program
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (2)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 9 February 1898; Next 14 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

14 February 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (3)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 12 February 1898; Next 15 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

15 February 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (4)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 14 February 1898; Next 16 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

16 February 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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16 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (5)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 15 February 1898; Next 16 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

16 February 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (6)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 16 February 1898; Next 17 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

17 February 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (7)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 16 February 1898; Next 18 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

18 February 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (8)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 17 February 1898; Next 19 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

19 February 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (9)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 18 February 1898; Next 21 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

21 February 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (10)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 19 February 1898; Next 22 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

22 February 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (11)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 21 February 1898; Next 23 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

23 February 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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23 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (12)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 22 February 1898; Next 23 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

23 February 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (13)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 23 February 1898; Next 24 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

24 February 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (14)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 23 February 1898; Next 25 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

25 February 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (15)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 24 February 1898; Next 26 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: W. T. Lovell
Deschappelles: Howard Russell
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

26 February 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 February 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (16)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 25 February 1898; Next 28 February 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

Cast Changes:

BUT  Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater (replaces Howard Russell)
  Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis (replaces W. T. Lovell)

28 February 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (17)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 26 February 1898; Next 1 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

1 March 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (1)

Title Comment:  Title given on LTM bill with printed date 12 Feb 1898. However the Times announces a "favorite farce" beginning 1 March 1898

Author: William Brough

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Next 2 March 1898

Time:  8:00  Genre:  (Farce) farce; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (18)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 28 February 1898; Next 2 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

2 March 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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2 March 1898
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (19)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 1 March 1898; Next 2 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

2 March 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (2)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 1 March 1898; Next 3 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (20)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 2 March 1898; Next 3 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

3 March 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (3)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 2 March 1898; Next 4 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (21)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 2 March 1898; Next 4 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

4 March 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (4)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 3 March 1898; Next 5 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (22)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 3 March 1898; Next 5 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

5 March 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (5)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 4 March 1898; Next 7 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (23)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 4 March 1898; Next 7 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

7 March 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (6)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 5 March 1898; Next 8 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (24)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 5 March 1898; Next 8 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

8 March 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (7)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 7 March 1898; Next 9 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (25)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 7 March 1898; Next 9 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

9 March 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
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9 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (26)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 8 March 1898; Next 9 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

9 March 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (8)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 8 March 1898; Next 10 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (27)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 9 March 1898; Next 10 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

10 March 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (9)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 9 March 1898; Next 11 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (28)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 9 March 1898; Next 11 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

11 March 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (10)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 10 March 1898; Next 12 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (29)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 10 March 1898; Next 12 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

12 March 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (11)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 11 March 1898; Next 14 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (30)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 11 March 1898; Next 14 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

14 March 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1898
advertisement
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1)  Number One, Round the Corner (12)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 12 March 1898; Next 15 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (31)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 12 March 1898; Next 15 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

15 March 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (13)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 14 March 1898; Next 16 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (32)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 14 March 1898; Next 16 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

16 March 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (14)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 15 March 1898; Next 17 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (33)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 15 March 1898; Next 17 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

17 March 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (15)

Performances:  First 1 March 1898; Previous 16 March 1898

Cast:

Flipper: Arthur Bawtree
Nobbler: W. St. John
 

2)  The Lady of Lyons [; or, Love and Pride] (34)

Performances:  First 9 February 1898; Previous 16 March 1898

Cast:

Claude Melnotte: [H.] Kyrle Bellew
Col. Damas: Luigi Lablache
Beauseant: H[arry] A. Saintsbury
Glavis: Arthur J. Lewis
Deschappelles: A[lbert] E. Drinkwater
landlord: W. St. John
Gaspar: Arthur Bawtree
Capt. Gervais: F. G. Strickland
Lieut. Dupont: George Crofton
Major Desmoulins: T. E. Buxton
notary: Williamson
servant: Matlock
Pauline: Mrs. Brown Potter
Mme. Deschappelles: Miss Stirling
Widow Melnotte: Miss Crofton

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9 April 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1898
program
Harvard Theatre Collection

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Heart of Maryland (1)

Author: David Belasco

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Next 11 April 1898

Time:  8:00  Genre:  (Drama) drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick (commanding Southern forces): Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick (his son, of the Ninth Cavalry, Northern forces): Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe (a spy): Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair (Battery B., Southern artillery): Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount (ex-jailor, now a provost sergeant in the Southern Army): Odell Williams
Tom Boone (of Boonesboro'): Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert (Maryland's brother): Malcolm Williams
sexton (of the old church): John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l (Negro house servant): Walter Belasco
Blair (aide-de-camp of General Kendrick's staff): Arthur Pearson
Hayne (aide-de-camp of General Kendrick's staff): Humphrey Dudley
Bryce (aide-de-camp of General Kendrick's staff): David Christie
Leighton (aide-de-camp of General Kendrick's staff): W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe (an orderly): Lionel Adams
Private Benson (southerner): Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams (northerner): Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue (a burglar): Master Percy Powell
O'Hara (exchanged northern prisoner): F. E. Cooke
Ruggles (exchanged northern prisoner): Charles Preston
Forbes (exchanged northern prisoner): Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil (northern prisoner): Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon (nee Calvert): Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey (Lloyd's sweetheart): Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair (Mrs. Gordon's ward): Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

Scenery Description

General, Music


11 April 1898
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
11 April 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (2)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 9 April 1898; Next 11 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

11 April 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Heart of Maryland (3)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 11 April 1898; Next 12 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

12 April 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 April 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (4)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 11 April 1898; Next 13 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

13 April 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1898
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Heart of Maryland (5)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 12 April 1898; Next 14 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

14 April 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (6)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 13 April 1898; Next 15 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

15 April 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (7)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 14 April 1898; Next 16 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

16 April 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (8)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 15 April 1898; Next 18 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

18 April 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (9)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 16 April 1898; Next 19 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

19 April 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (10)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 18 April 1898; Next 20 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

20 April 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
20 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (11)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 19 April 1898; Next 20 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

20 April 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (12)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 20 April 1898; Next 21 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

21 April 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (13)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 20 April 1898; Next 22 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

22 April 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (14)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 21 April 1898; Next 23 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

23 April 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (15)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 22 April 1898; Next 25 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

25 April 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (16)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 23 April 1898; Next 26 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

26 April 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (17)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 25 April 1898; Next 27 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

27 April 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
27 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (18)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 26 April 1898; Next 27 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

27 April 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (19)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 27 April 1898; Next 28 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

28 April 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (20)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 27 April 1898; Next 29 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

29 April 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (21)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 28 April 1898; Next 30 April 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

30 April 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 April 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (22)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 29 April 1898; Next 2 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

2 May 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (23)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 30 April 1898; Next 3 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

3 May 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (24)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 2 May 1898; Next 4 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

4 May 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
4 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (25)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 3 May 1898; Next 4 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

4 May 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (26)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 4 May 1898; Next 5 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

5 May 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1898
program
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Heart of Maryland (27)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 4 May 1898; Next 6 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

General, Music


6 May 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (28)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 5 May 1898; Next 7 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

7 May 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (29)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 6 May 1898; Next 9 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

9 May 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (30)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 7 May 1898; Next 10 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

10 May 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (31)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 9 May 1898; Next 11 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

11 May 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
11 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (32)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 10 May 1898; Next 11 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

11 May 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (33)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 11 May 1898; Next 12 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

12 May 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (34)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 11 May 1898; Next 13 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

13 May 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (35)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 12 May 1898; Next 14 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

14 May 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (36)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 13 May 1898; Next 16 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

16 May 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (37)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 14 May 1898; Next 17 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

17 May 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (38)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 16 May 1898; Next 18 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

18 May 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
18 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (39)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 17 May 1898; Next 18 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

18 May 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (40)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 18 May 1898; Next 19 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

19 May 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (41)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 18 May 1898; Next 20 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

20 May 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (42)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 19 May 1898; Next 21 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

21 May 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (43)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 20 May 1898; Next 23 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

23 May 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (44)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 21 May 1898; Next 24 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

24 May 1898
Tuesday  Matinee
Adelphi
24 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (45)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 23 May 1898; Next 24 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

24 May 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (46)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 24 May 1898; Next 25 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

25 May 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (47)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 24 May 1898; Next 26 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

26 May 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (48)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 25 May 1898; Next 27 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

27 May 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (49)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 26 May 1898; Next 28 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

28 May 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (50)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 27 May 1898; Next 30 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

30 May 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (51)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 28 May 1898; Next 31 May 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

31 May 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 May 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (52)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 30 May 1898; Next 1 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

1 June 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (53)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 31 May 1898; Next 2 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

2 June 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (54)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 1 June 1898; Next 3 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

3 June 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (55)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 2 June 1898; Next 4 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

4 June 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (56)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 3 June 1898; Next 6 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

6 June 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (57)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 4 June 1898; Next 7 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

7 June 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (58)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 6 June 1898; Next 8 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

8 June 1898
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
8 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (59)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 7 June 1898; Next 8 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

8 June 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (60)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 8 June 1898; Next 9 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

9 June 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (61)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 8 June 1898; Next 10 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

10 June 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (62)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 9 June 1898; Next 11 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

11 June 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (63)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 10 June 1898; Next 13 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

13 June 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (64)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 11 June 1898; Next 14 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

14 June 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (65)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 13 June 1898; Next 15 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

15 June 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (66)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 14 June 1898; Next 16 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

16 June 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (67)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 15 June 1898; Next 17 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

17 June 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (68)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 16 June 1898; Next 18 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

18 June 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (69)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 17 June 1898; Next 20 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

20 June 1898
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (70)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 18 June 1898; Next 21 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

21 June 1898
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1898
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (71)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 20 June 1898; Next 22 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

22 June 1898
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (72)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 21 June 1898; Next 23 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

23 June 1898
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (73)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 22 June 1898; Next 24 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

24 June 1898
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (74)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 23 June 1898; Next 25 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

25 June 1898
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1898
advertisement
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1)  The Heart of Maryland (75)

Performances:  First 9 April 1898; Previous 24 June 1898

Cast:

Gen Hugh Kendrick: Harry Harwood
Col. Alan Kendrick: Maurice Barrymore
Col. Fulton Thorpe: Edward J. Morgan
Lieut. Robert Telfair: Frank Mills
Sergeant Blount: Odell Williams
Tom Boone: Henry A. Weaver Jr.
Lloyd Calvert: Malcolm Williams
sexton: John W. Jennings
Uncle Dan'l: Walter Belasco
Blair: Arthur Pearson
Hayne: Humphrey Dudley
Bryce: David Christie
Leighton: W. T. Carroll
corporal Day: Herbert Flemming
Bludsoe: Lionel Adams
Private Benson: Herbert Bostwick
Private Williams: Tefft Johnson
Little True Blue: Master Percy Powell
O'Hara: F. E. Cooke
Ruggles: Charles Preston
Forbes: Horace Rusby
corporal: Thomas Redmond
Phil: Joseph A. Weber
sentry: Rob[er]t McIntyre
scout: James A. Arnold
Mrs. Claiborne Gordon: Miss Helen Tracy
Maryland Calvert: Mrs. Leslie Carter
Phoebe Yancey: Miss Helen Macbeth
Nanny McNair: Miss Minnie Dupree
soldiers, scouts, sentries, exchanged prisoners: Unlisted

Seasonal Summary

Royal Adelphi Theatre. Doors open 7:30, curtain 8:00.

Ticket prices: private boxes (grand tier) 3 guineas, private boxes (pit tier) 2 guineas, private boxes (upper circle tier) 1 guinea, orchestra stalls (reserved) 10/6d, balcony stalls (reserved) 6/-, upper circle (reserved) 4/-, upper circle (unreserved) 3/-, pit 2/6d, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

9 Sep 1897 - 25 Jun 1898; 248 performances: 218 evening, 30 matinee

Dark (31):Christmas Day (25 Dec 1897)
Good Friday (8 Apr 1898)
Out of respect for William Terriss (17 Dec 1897, 18 Dec 1897, 20 Dec 1897, 21 Dec 1897, 22 Dec 1897, 23 Dec 1897, 24 Dec 1897)
Performance cancelled—murder of William Terriss (16 Dec 1897)
Preparations for Secret Service (22 Nov 1897, 23 Nov 1897)
Reason unknown (13 Sep 1897)
Spring break (18 Mar 1898, 19 Mar 1898, 21 Mar 1898, 22 Mar 1898, 23 Mar 1898, 24 Mar 1898, 25 Mar 1898, 26 Mar 1898, 28 Mar 1898, 29 Mar 1898, 30 Mar 1898, 31 Mar 1898, 1 Apr 1898, 2 Apr 1898, 4 Apr 1898, 5 Apr 1898, 6 Apr 1898, 7 Apr 1898)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Gatti, Stefano
House managers:Gatti, Stefano
Acting managers (assistant):Budd, Herbert
Business managers:Latham, Frederick G.
Treasurers:Latham, Frederick G.
Stage managers:Latham, Frederick G.
Directors of music:Crook, John
Box bookkeepers:Frye, Arthur
Scene painters:Albert, Ernest
Hann, Walter
Harford, William
Harker, Joseph C.
Marston, Richard
Perkins, William
Lighting technicians:Charing Cross and Strand Electricity Supply Corp. (contractor)
Furnishings:J. S. Lyons and Co. (contractor)
Stage door keepers:Spratt, Henry
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Harrison, J. A. (Bow Street)
Karl, Charles
L. and H. Nathan (contractor)
Louis Edwards (contractor)
Morris Angel and Sons (contractor)
Wardrobe (wigs):Clarkson, William

Authors/Pieces

Belasco, David Heart of Maryland, The (9 Apr 1898)
Bellew, H. Kyrle Charlotte Corday (21 Jan 1898)
Brough, William Number One, Round the Corner (1 Mar 1898)
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. Lady of Lyons, The; or, Love and Pride (9 Feb 1898)
Burnand, Francis C. B. B. (21 Jan 1898)
Carr, J. Comyns In the Days of the Duke (9 Sep 1897)
Chambers, C. Haddon In the Days of the Duke (9 Sep 1897)
Furst, William W. Secret Service (24 Nov 1897)
Gillette, William H. Secret Service (24 Nov 1897)
Williams, Montagu B. B. (21 Jan 1898)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Albert, Ernest Heart of Maryland, The (9 Apr 1898)
Lilacs, Boonesboro, The (9 Apr 1898)
Harford, William In the Days of the Duke (9 Sep 1897)
Brussels 1815 hall and staircase at the Duchess of Richmond's apartments (9 Sep 1897)
England 1810 The Soldiers' Rest near Plymouth (9 Sep 1897)
India 1799 : a fort in the hills (9 Sep 1897)
Morning-room in Mrs. Aylmer's house (9 Sep 1897)
Harker, Joseph C. Gambling rooms in the Palais Royal (9 Sep 1897)
Hougomont: morning after the battle (9 Sep 1897)
Paris 1814 room in an hotel (9 Sep 1897)
Wood beyond the fortifications, a (9 Sep 1897)
Marston, Richard Belfry, the (9 Apr 1898)
Colonel Thorpe's headquarters in the vestibule (9 Apr 1898)
Night exterior of the Old Church (9 Apr 1898)
Southern Headquarters at The Lilacs (9 Apr 1898)
Unattributed 11:00 Pm drawing room at the Varney house (24 Nov 1897)
1793 The grand manoir, Caen — home of the Cordays (21 Jan 1898)
1795-1798: Lyons and neighborhood the exterior of a small village inn, The Golden Lion, I, ii interior of Melnotte's cottage (9 Feb 1898)
8:00 Pm drawing room in General Varney's house—Franklin Street (24 Nov 1897)
8:45 Pm the same (24 Nov 1897)
9:30 Pm War Department telegraph office (24 Nov 1897)
Ante-room of Marat's house, Paris, the (21 Jan 1898)
David's studio, Paris (21 Jan 1898)
Exterior of The Golden Lion (9 Feb 1898)
Five and a half years later street in Lyons V, ii a room in the house of Deschappelles (9 Feb 1898)
Gardens of the Deschappelles' house at Lyons, the (9 Feb 1898)
In the conciergerie, Paris (21 Jan 1898)
Little after daylight at The Lilacs, a (9 Apr 1898)
Marat's bedroom (21 Jan 1898)
Melnotte's cottage (9 Feb 1898)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

B. B.

(Farce by Burnand, Francis C. (Author); Williams, Montagu (Author) (19 Performances, 21 Jan 1898 - 11 Feb 1898)

Summary Cast:

Charlotte Corday

(Drama, 4 acts) by Bellew, H. Kyrle (Author) (21 Performances, 21 Jan 1898 - 11 Feb 1898)

Summary Cast:

Heart of Maryland, The

(Drama, 4 acts) by Belasco, David (Author) (75 Performances, 9 Apr 1898 - 25 Jun 1898)

Summary Cast:

In the Days of the Duke

(Drama, prologue and 4 acts) by Carr, J. Comyns (Author); Chambers, C. Haddon (Author) (69 Performances, 9 Sep 1897 - 20 Nov 1897)

Summary Cast:

Lady of Lyons, The; or, Love and Pride

(Drama, [5 acts]) by Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. (Author) (34 Performances, 9 Feb 1898 - 17 Mar 1898)

Summary Cast:

Number One, Round the Corner

(Farce, 1 act) by Brough, William (Author) (15 Performances, 1 Mar 1898 - 17 Mar 1898)

Summary Cast:

Secret Service

(Drama, 4 acts) by Gillette, William H. (Author) (51 Performances, 24 Nov 1897 - 26 Jan 1898)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Adams, Lionel

Allen, H. Marsh

Arnold, H.

Arnold, James A.

Barrymore, Maurice

Bawtree, Arthur

Belasco, Walter

Bellew, H. Kyrle

Beveridge, James D.

Bligh, Carter

Bliss, A.

Bostwick, Herbert

Bulckley

Buxton, T. E.

Cameron, A.

Carroll, W. T.

Cartwright, Charles M.

Cautley, Laurence

Christie, David

Cole, Maule

Cooke, F. E.

Cox, Charles D.

Crofton, George

Crowe, C.

Darleigh, Webb

Dempsey, William

Drew, Maurice

Drinkwater, Albert E.

Dudley, Humphrey

Everill, Frederick A.

Flemming, Herbert

Fulton, Charles J.

Gordon, Stanley S.

Hadfield, H.

Harwood, Harry

Henry, Creagh

Jackson

Jennings, John W.

Johnson, Tefft

Kingsley, A.

Lablache, Luigi

Lane, Frederick

Leicester, Ernest

Lewis, Arthur J.

Lovell, R.

Lovell, W. T.

Lucy, Arnold

McIntyre, Robert

Matlock

Melton, Cyril

Mills, Frank

Morgan, Edward J.

Mori, M.

Nicholls, Harry

Norris, E. J.

Orme, H. E.

Pearson, Arthur

Pollard

Poulton, Arthur G.

Powell, Master Percy

Powell, W.

Poynter, F.

Preston, Charles

Redmond, Thomas

Rusby, Horace

Russell, Howard

St. John, W.

Saintsbury, Harry A.

Sauter

Shepherd, Leonard

Sims, Albert

Smythe

Stewart, Grahame

Strickland, F. G.

Terriss, William

Unlisted

Vibart, Henry

Wade, Stanley

Wallis, C.

Waring, Herbert

Warrener, T.

Weaver, Henry A., Jr.

Weber, Joseph A.

West, P.

Widdicomb, Jarvis

Wilkes, Ernest

Wilkinson

Williams, Malcolm

Williams, Odell

Williamson

Wilson, J.

Actresses

Barr, Miss Millicent

Beet, Miss Alice

Burdett, Miss

Carter, Mrs. Leslie

Crofton, Miss

Desmond, Miss Eily

Dorrie, Miss

Dupree, Miss Minnie

Esmond, Miss Georgie

Featherston, Miss Vane

Hackney, Miss Mabel

Haygett, Miss

Haygett, Miss Olive

Le Sage, Miss

Lestrange, Miss

Macbeth, Miss Helen

Macdonald, Miss Betty

Marie, Mlle.

Millward, Miss Jessie

Pateman, Miss Bella

Potter, Mrs. Brown

Stettith, Miss Olive

Stirling, Miss

Terry, Miss Marion

Tracy, Miss Helen

Whitty, Miss May

General Music Composers/Pieces

Auvray, George Darling (5 May 1898)
Bosc, Auguste Petites Pierrots, Des (5 May 1898)
Bucalossi, Ernest Studenti (5 May 1898)
Cellier Dorothy (9 Feb 1898)
Clutsam, George H. Pepinette (9 Feb 1898)
Crook, John Barn dance (9 Apr 1898)
Rustic Beauties (5 May 1898)
Twilight Dreams (9 Apr 1898)
Unlisted Title # 167 (24 Nov 1897)
Elliot, E. J. Fackletanz (9 Feb 1898)
Favarger, René Unlisted Title # 168 (5 May 1898)
Fetras, Oscar Carnival Secrets (21 Jan 1898)
Rosen auf den Weg (9 Feb 1898)
Furst, William W. Heart of Maryland (9 Apr 1898)
Grieg, Edvard H. Swedish selection (9 Apr 1898)
Jones, Sidney Geisha, The (21 Jan 1898)
Litolff, Henry C. Maximillian Robespierre (21 Jan 1898)
Megone Oenone (24 Nov 1897)
Mendelssohn, Felix Fingal's Cave (9 Feb 1898)
Philip, James Mimosa (21 Jan 1898)
Reeve, George W. Masaniello (21 Jan 1898)
Rossini, Gioacchino A. William Tell (24 Nov 1897)
Sullivan, Arthur S. Gondoliers, The (9 Apr 1898)
Tschakoff, Ivan Dansante (21 Jan 1898)
Danse Afrique (21 Jan 1898)
Koraskan Gelage (21 Jan 1898)
Russian dance (9 Feb 1898)
Wagner, Herr Josef F. Under the Double Eagle (24 Nov 1897)



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