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A Guide to the Belknap Theatre Broadside Collection

Finding aid created by Steve Hersh

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections

April 2017



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts.
Title: Belknap Theatre Broadside Collection
Dates: 1813-1911
Abstract: Theatre broadsides for performances in the United States and Great Britain.
Extent: 10 Folders; 1,184 broadsides.
Identification: ufbroadsides
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

The Belknap Theatre Broadside Collection forms part of the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts. Originally founded as a dance archive, in 1953, the Belknap Collection has expanded through purchases and donations to include other areas of popular culture, including theatre, cinema, and music. This particular collection of broadsides was acquired during the tenure of Sara Yancey Belknap, purchased from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in 1962.


Scope and Content

The collection contains 1,184 broadsides advertising theatrical performances in the United States and Great Britain. The broadsides are single sheets, and typically one sided. The bulk of the broadsides are from the 19th century, with very few from the early 20th century. They have been arranged roughly by size (small, medium, large and extra-large) and then filed alphabetically, by the title of the most prominent production on each broadside, within 10 folders. The final folder in the collection includes extra-large items, as well as broadsides that were found later in the organizational process that could not be easily integrated with those already organized and labeled.

Each individual broadside has a description. The description generally contains the title of the major production advertised, the measurements of the broadside, and the year of the performance, if noted. The name of the venue where the performance takes place and geographical information is included when it is evident. In many cases the broadsides were advertising whole programs that included multiple productions; the titles of these additional plays are often included in the description. Also included in the description are any performers who have been clearly marked as headlining in the respective performances.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.


Related or Separated Material

Additional ephemera (Photographs and cabinet cards) from the 1962 Ringling Museum purchase may be accessed here.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Belknap Theatre Broadside Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The broadside collection was purchased in 1962, along with assorted photographs, cabinet cards and programs (housed in other areas of the Belknap Collection), as a surplus purchase from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota.

Processing Notes

The broadsides have been encapsulated in Mylar for preservation purposes and housed in a flat metal map/poster cabinet (10 drawers).


Contents List

Folder
1 A-1: Aeronautikon, a Flight in the Great Nassau Balloon, from London to Germany - 7 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1845.
1 A-2: Amilie; Or, the Love Test - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Performers include Mr. and Mrs. Alban Croft. Also included on the broadside is a performance of "Fish out of Water."
1 A-3: Amilie; Or, the Love Test - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Performers include Mr. and Mrs. Alban Croft. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Family Jars."
1 A-4: Angeline - 8 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, St. James's. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Wanted A Brigand" ; "Mrs. White!" ; "The Assignation: Or, What Will My Wife Say?".
1 A-5: Artaxerxes - 7 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1813 at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Miller and His Men" ; "The Sleep Walker".
1 A-6: Artaxerxes - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Haunted Inn" ; "Critic" ; Juan's Early Days" ; "Love, Law, and Physick" ; "The Poor Gentleman."
1 A-7: Artaxerxes - 7.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1832 at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Irish Wife" ; "The Pilot; a Tale of the Sea."
1 A-8: Artaxerxes - 7.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Mrs. Alfred Shaw. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Midas" ; "The Secret Marriage."
1 A-9: Avenger, The; Or, The Leaguers of Austria - 7.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Midas" ; "Virginius" ; "Paul Clifford."
1 A-10: Avenger, The; Or, The Leaguers of Austri - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Rival Pages" ; "The Married Rake" ; "Paul Clifford" ; "Hamlet."
1 B-1: Barber of Seville, The - 6.25 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Theatre Royal. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Flying Dutchman."
1 B-2: Barber of Seville, The - 7 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Beggars' Opera."
1 B-3: Barber of Seville, The - 7.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Midas."
1 B-4: Bohemian Girl - 7.5 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Eton Boy" ; "Norma" ; "Beggars' Opera."
1 B-5: Bohemian Girl - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Pierrot and the Painter" ; "How to Pay the Rent" ; "Sonnambula" ; "Harlequin Sulphureno" ; "The Favorite."
1 B-6: Bohemian Girl - 7.5 x 11.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "How to Settle Accounts with your Laundress" ; "The Favorite" ; "Love Spell" ; "Poor Gentleman."
1 C-1: Cabinet, The - 7.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1814 at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Forest of Bondy; Or, The Dog of Montargis."
1 C-2: Cabinet, The - 8.5 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Timour the Tartar."
1 C-3: Cabinet, The - 7.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Revenge" ; "Phrenologists" ; "The Mountain Sylph."
1 C-4: Cabinet, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Sonnambula" ; "Fidelio: Or, Constancy Rewarded."
1 C-5: Campanello - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Betly."
1 C-6: Carpenter of Rouen, The; Or, The Massacre of St. Bartholomew - 9.75 x 14.75 broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Canterbury. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Tom Noddy's Secret" ; "The Widow's Victim."
1 C-7: Castle of Andalusia - 7 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1820. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Killing No Murder."
1 C-8: Cinderella; Or, The Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper - 8 x 13.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Convent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Venice Preserved" ; "The Gamester" ; "Romeo and Juliet."
1 C-9: Cinderella; Or, The Fairy Queen and the Glass Slipper - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love, Law, and Physic" ; "Maid of Artois" ; "Love in a Village."
1 C-10: Cinderella; Or, the Fairy Queen and the Glass Slipper - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Two Gregories" ; "Mountaineers" ; "Norma."
1 C-11: Court Masque, The; Or, Richmond in the Olden Time - 8.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1833 at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "He Lies Like Truth" ; "Lo Zingaro" ; "Bombastes Furioso."
1 C-12: Cure for the Heart-Ache, A - 8.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre, Swansea. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "St. David's Day; Or, The Honest Welshman" ; "The Carnival Ball; Or, One Hour."
1 D-1: Daughter of St. Mark, The - 7.25 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Cinderella" ; "The Enchantress."
1 D-2: Deaf as a Post - 8.25 x 13.5 inch undated broadside. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Bottle Imp!".
1 D-3: Deluge, The - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1822 at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.
1 D-4: Devil's Bridge, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Guy Mannering."
1 D-5: Devil's Bridge, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Dancing Barber" ; "Family Jars."
1 D-6: Devil's Bridge, The - 7.25 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love, Law, & Physic" ; "Masaniello" ; "Siege of Belgrade."
1 D-7: Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Kingstown? - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Love Spell" ; "Too Late for Dinner" ; "Norma" ; "Anna Bolena."
1 D-8: Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Kingstown? - 7.25 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Linda De Chamouni" ; "Love, Law and Physic."
1 D-9: Duenna, The - 8 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "John of Paris."
1 D-10: Dutch Smuggler, The; Or, The Sorceress of Derncleugh - 9.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1821 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love's Dream" ; "The Renowned Mandarin."
1 E-1: Eleventh Hour, The: Or, Sixteen Year's Since - 9.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1826 at the Royal Goburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Death of Christophe! King of Hayti" ; "Alonzo the Brave."
1 E-2: Elisa e Claudio - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Village Lawyer."
1 F-1: Fanatico per la Musica, Il - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1834 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Blue Devils" ; "Electricity: or, the Doctor Dosed" ; "Il Turco in Italia."
1 F-2: Favorite, La - 9.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Le Chalet" ; "Les Huguenots" ; "Robert Le Diable."
1 F-3: Fish Out Of Water - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "I Will Be a Duchess" ; "Vol Au Vent" ; "The Loves of the Spirits."
1 F-4: Flying Dutchman, The; Or, The Phantom Ship - 4.75 x 16 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at Wood's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mr. and Mrs. Dobson."
1 F-5: Fontainebleau; Or, Races in France - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Robert Macaire" ; "Speed the Plough" ; "Maid of Croissey" ; "The Way to Get Married."
1 F-6: Forest Knight, The; Or, The King Bewildered - 9.25 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Kiss in the Ring" ; "The Two Spanish Valets."
1 F-7: Fra Diavolo; Or, The Inn of Terracina - 8 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1831 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performances of: "The Irish Ambassador."
1 F-8: Fra Diavolo, the Bandit Chief; Or, The Inn of Terracina - 7.25 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also Included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
1 F-9: Fra Diavolo, the Bandit Chief; Or, The Inn of Terracina - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1839. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Haunted Inn."
1 F-10: Fra Diavolo - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Chinese Pas de Trois by the Boleno Family" ; "The Haunted Inn."
1 F-11: Fra Diavolo, the Bandit Chief; Or, the Inn of Terracina - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Man and the Tiger."
1 F-12: Fra Diavolo - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Omnibus" ; "The Beggars' Opera."
1 F-13: Freischutz, Der; Or, the Black Huntsman of Bohemia - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1824 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Charles the Second; Or, The Merry Monarch."
1 F-14: Freischutz, Der - 8.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the New Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Harlequin of the Talking Bird" ; "The Rossignol ; Or, the Bird in the Bush."
1 F-15: Freischutz, Der - 9 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp" ; "The Devil to Pay."
1 F-16: Freischutz, Der - 8 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp" ; "Valentine and Orson."
1 F-17: Freischutz, Der - 9 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp" ; "Turn Out."
1 F-18: Freischutz, Der - 9 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp" ; "The Wedding Present."
1 F-19: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Two Wives" ; "De La Perouse; Or, the Desolate Island."
1 F-20: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Rendezvous" ; "De La Perouse; Or, the Desolate Island."
1 F-21: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Sleep-Walker" ; "De La Perouse; Or, the Desolate Island."
1 F-22: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wager; Or, the Midnight Hour."
1 F-23: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Sleep-Walker" ; "The Devil to Pay."
1 F-24: Freischutz, Der - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp" ; "The Panel."
1 F-25: Freischutz, Der; Or, The Seventh Bullet - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Aladdin; Or, the Wonderful Lamp."
1 F-26: Freischutz, Der; Or, The Seventh Bullet - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Inkle and Yarico."
1 F-27: Freischutz, Der; Or, The Seventh Bullet - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "No Song No Supper."
1 F-28: Freischutz, Der - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robert Macaire."
1 G-1: George Barnwell - 9.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Theatre Royal. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rose of Barney; Or, Harlequin Dannymanoranyotherman."
1 G-2: Good Looking Fellow, The - 7.5 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Gazza Ladra" ; "Turning the Tables."
1 G-3: Good Looking Fellow, A - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Nina."
1 G-4: Grand Drama of the Jewess, The - 8 x 13.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1 G-5: Grand Drama of the Jewess, The - 8 x 13.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1 G-6: Grand Drama of the Jewess, The - 8 x 13.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1 G-7: Grand Drama of the Jewess, The - 8 x 13.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1 G-8: Green Dragon, The; Or, I've Quite Forgot - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1819 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Odds and Ends" ; "Edgar and Effie; Or, the Highland Robber" ; "Tom Thumb."
1 G-9: Gustavus the Third; Or, the Masked Ball - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Tam O'Shanter" ; "Masaniello; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portici."
1 G-10: Gustavus the Third; Or, the Masked Ball - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Tam O'Shanter" ; "Masaniello; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portici."
1 G-11: Gustavus the Third; Or, the Masked Ball - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
1 G-12: Guy Mannering - 8 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Gulliver; Or, The Flying Island."
1 G-13: Guy Mannering; Or, The Gipsey's Prophecy - 8.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Timour the Tartar."
1 G-14: Guy Mannering - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Quaker."
1 H-1: Half-Pay Officer, the; Or, Love and Honor - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1819 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Lord of the Castle" ; "The Fire Goblin and the Three Charcoal Burners."
1 H-2: Happiest Day of My Life, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Otello" ; "Pillardoc, the Wizard."
1 H-3: Harlequin and the Dragon of Wantly; Or, More, of More Hall - 8 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
1 H-4: Harlequin Whittington, Lord Mayor of London - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1814 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
1 H-5: Haydee; Or, the Secret - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "No Song No Supper."
1 H-6: Haydee; Or, the Secret - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Midas."
1 H-7: Home, Sweet Home; Or, The Ranz des Vaches - 8.75 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The £100 Note" ; "Honest Thieves."
1 H-8: Huguenots, Les - 9.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
1 H-9: Hunchback, The - 9.25 x 15.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Teddy the Tiller" ; "Ambrose Gwinett: Or, A Sea-side Story."
1 I-1: Idiot Witness, The; Or, A tale of Crime - 7.5 x 15.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Boston Museum. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "To Paris and Back for £5" ; "Phantom Breakfast."
1 I-2: I'll Be Your Second - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Norma: Or, The Druidess" ; "La Cenerentola."
1 I-3: Ivanhoe; Or, the Jew's Daughter - 9.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Royal West London Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Black-Ey'd Susan; Or, All in the Downs."
1 J-1: Joan of Arc - 7.25 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Rake."
1 K-1: Kenilworth Castle; Or, The Days of Queen Bess - 9 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1821 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Mahomet" ; "Fun and Fright."
1 K-2: Korastikan, Prince of Assassins; Or, the Dreaded Harem - 10 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1821 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Il Diavolo Antonio" ; "Faithless Friend; Or, a British Seaman's Fidelity."
1 L-1: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love and Pride - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Catharine & Petruchio; Or, the Taming of the Shrew."
1 L-2: Lady of Lyons, The - 6.5 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at the Theatre of Wellington Hall. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Lottery Ticket."
1 L-3: Lend Me Five Shillings - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Sonnambula" ; "The Lady and the Devil."
1 L-4: Leocadea - 8.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Sleep-Walker" ; "The Devil to Pay."
1 L-5: Leocadea - 9 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Giovanni in London" ; "De La Perouse; Or, the Desolate Island."
1 L-6: Lestocq; Or, the Fete of the Hermitage - 8 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
1 L-7: Life in the Emerald Isle - 5.25 x 14 inch undated broadside as part of Howorth's Double Show and Comedy Company.
1 L-8: Lord of the Manor, The - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1815 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Killing No Murder."
1 L-9: Lord of the Manor, The - 8.25 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1816 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
1 L-10: Lord of the Manor, The - 8.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1824 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and Poor Robin; Or, The House that Jack Built."
1 L-11: Love in a Village - 7.25 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1814 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Swans; Or, The Bath of Beauty."
1 L-12: Lovers of all Sorts; Or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks - 9.75 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1820 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Apollo Daggerwood" ; "The Fairy of the North Star; Or, Harlequin at Labrador."
1 L-13: Lovers of all Sorts; Or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks - 8.5 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Matter of Doubt" ; "L'Amour" ; "Another Piece of Presumption."
1 L-14: Love Spell, The - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Spanish Pas Seul" ; "The Illustrious Stranger."
1 L-15: Love Spell, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, featuring the performance of Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Too Late for Dinner."
1 L-16: Love Spell, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal Dublin, featuring the performance of Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Too Late for Dinner."
1 L-17: Lucia of Lammermoor - 7.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Maritana."
1 M-1: Macbeth - 9.75 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1907, featuring the performance of Robert Mantell.
1 M-2: Magna Charta: Or, The Eventful Reign of King John - 9.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Maid of the Forest; Or, the Accusing Son."
1 M-3: Maid Marian: Or, The Huntress of Arlingford - 8 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1822 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Two Pages."
1 M-4: Maid of Artois, The - 7.75 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1839. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Daughter of the Danube; Or, The Imp and the Water King."
1 M-5: Maid of Artois, The - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1839. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Unfinished Gentleman."
1 M-6: Maid of Artois, The - 7.5 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fair Maid of Styria."
1 M-7: Maid of Artois, The - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, featuring the performance of Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Simpson and Co."
1 M-8: Maid of Artois, The - 7.25 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, featuring the performance of Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Ask No Questions."
1 M-9: Maid of Artois, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, featuring the performance of Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Double-Bedded Room."
1 M-10: Maid of Judah, The; Or, Knights Templars - 8.75 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Auld Robin Gray" ; "Honest Thieves."
1 M-11: Maid of Judah, The; Or, Knights Templars - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1831 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Highland Reel."
1 M-12: Maid of Judah, The - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Agreeable Surprise."
1 M-13: Maid of the Mill, The - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rendezvous."
1 M-14: Maid of the Mill, The - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Quaker."
1 M-15: Maid of the Mill, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Quaker."
1 M-16: Maniac Lover, The - 6 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lost Privateer; Or, The Pirate and Man-o-War's Man."
1 M-17: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 5 x 17 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at Wood's Theatre, featuring the performance of Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Katy O'Shiel" ; "Richard III".
1 M-18: Maritana - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Illustrious Stranger."
1 M-19: Marriage of Figaro, The - 8.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Deaf as a Post" ; "Old and Young."
1 M-20: Married Life - 7.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Old Honesty" ; "The Caravan; Or, The Driver and his Dog."
1 M-21: Mary Queen of Scots - 9.5 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Layo'vers for Meddlers" ; "Mazeppa: Or, The Wild Horse of the Ukraine."
1 M-22: Masaniello; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portici - 8.5 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
1 M-23: Masaniello; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portici - 8.5 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1829 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Thierna-Na-Oge; Or, The Prince of the Lakes."
1 M-24: Match in the Dark, A - 9.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Bombastes Furioso" ; "Clarisse!!; Or, The Merchant's Daughter."
1 M-25: Mr. and Mrs. Pierce - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love Spell" ; "The Innkeeper's Bride" ; "The Maid of Artois."
1 M-26: Midas - 8.75 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1816 at the Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Waggery in Wapping; Or, King Charles in the Royal Oak" ; "The Silver Swan; Or, The Wizzard's Dream."
1 M-27: Modern Travelers; Or, Life in St. George's Fields - 9.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1822 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Fate of Calas" ; "The Castle of Limburg; Or, Man and Wife."
1 M-28: Mother's Bequest, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Boston Museum. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "'Twould Puzzle a Conjurer" ; "John Jones; Or, the Haunted Man."
1 M-29: Mountain Sylph, The - 8.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Man About Town" ; "The Quaker."
1 M-30: Mountain Sylph, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lottery Ticket."
1 M-31: Mountain Sylph, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Master's Rival."
1 M-32: Mountain Sylph, The - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
1 M-33: Muette de Portici, La - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Les Huguenots."
1 M-34: Mugg's Landing - 6.25 x 15.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Blanchard Opera House, Montpelier, Vermont.
1 M-35: My Poll and My Partner Joe - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Perfection; Or, the Lady of Munster" ; "Is He Jealous."
2 N-1: Napoleon's Bed Chamber - 8 x 13.25 inch undated broadside.
2 N-2: Native Land; Or, The Return from Slavery - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1824. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Hunter of the Alps."
2 N-3: Nelson; Or, The Life of a Sailor - 8.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Libertine's Lesson" ; "The Elbow Shakers."
2 N-4: Newbern; Or, The Old Flag - 6 x 13.75 inch undated broadside.
2 N-5: Night Dancers, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Raising the Wind."
2 N-6: Night Dancers, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "How to Settle Accounts With Your Laundress."
2 N-7: Ninetta, the Maid of Palaiseau - 7.5 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Spectre Bridegroom."
2 N-8: Norma - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Review."
2 N-9: Norma - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Beggar's Opera."
2 N-10: Norma - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
2 P-1: Parson's Bride, The - 5.75 x 14 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre.
2 P-2: Part Du Demon, La - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
2 P-3: Part Du Demon, La - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
2 P-4: Paul Clifford - 7.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Rake."
2 P-5 : Paul Clifford - 7.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Midas."
2 P-6: Paul Clifford - 7.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Day In Paris."
2 P-7: Pet of the Petticoats, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Heart of Mid-Lothian."
2 P-8: Pilot, The - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The May Queen" ; "The Scapegrace."
2 P-9: Pizarro - 9.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Woodman's Hut."
2 P-10: Pizarro - 7.75 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Polichinel Vampire" ; "Amateurs and Actors."
2 P-11: Poor Gentleman, The - 8 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the White Mouse; Or, The Frog in an Opera Hat."
2 P-12: Provok'd Husband, The - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Day After the Wedding" ; "The Crown Prince."
2 Q-1: Queen of the Isles, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Aunt" ; "A Rough Diamond" ; "Poor Pillicody."
2 Q-2: Queen of the Isles, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Adopted Child" ; "An Alarming Sacrifice" ; "The Brigand."
2 R-1: Raising the Wind - 7.25 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Sonnambula" ; "P.L.; Or, No. 30, Strand."
2 R-2: Red Mask, The; Or, The Council of Three - 8 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
2 R-3 : Rienzi; Or, The Last of the Tribunes - 8.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre, Swansea. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Turning the Tables" ; "Ella Rosenberg."
2 R-4: Rifle Ball, The - 5.25 x 14.5 inch undated broadside.
2 R-5: Rivals, The; Or, a Trip to Bath - 7.5 x 15.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Teignmouth. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Christening."
2 R-6: Rivals, The - 8.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Loan of a Lover."
2 R-7: Robert Le Diable - 8.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
2 R-8: Robert Le Diable - 8.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
2 R-9: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Gulliver; Or, The Flying Island."
2 R-10: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Gulliver; Or, The Flying Island."
2 R-11: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Gulliver; Or, The Flying Island."
2 R-12: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8.25 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Russian Festival" ; "Tom Thumb the Great."
2 R-13: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 7.25 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Castle of Paluzzi; Or, The Extorted Oath."
2 R-14: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 7.25 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1819 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Cozening; Or, Half an Hour in France" ; "A Roland for an Oliver."
2 R-15: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1820 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Peep at my People."
2 R-16: Rob Roy Macgregor - 7.75 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1826 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spectre; Or, The Lover's Stratagem" ; "Deaf as a Post."
2 R-17: Rob Roy Macgregor - 7.5 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Day in Paris."
2 R-18: Rob Roy Macgregor; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 8.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1826 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robinson Crusoe; Or, The Bold Buccaneers."
2 R-19: Rose of Corbeil, The - 9 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Deaf as a Post" ; "Meg Murnock, the Mountain Hag."
2 R-20: Ruby Ring, The; A Tale of Other Days - 9.75 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich.
2 R-21: Runaway, The; Or, Match Her Who Can - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Fellow Clerk" ; "The Beggar's Opera."
2 R-22: Runaway, The; Or, Match Her Who Can - 7.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Three and the Deuce" ; "Midas."
2 R-23: Runaway, The; Or, Match Her Who Can - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Crown Prince" ; "The Beggar's Opera."
2 R-24: Rural Felicity - 9.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market.
2 S-1: Satan in Paris - 6 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Happy Shoemaker; Or, Contentment vs Riches."
2 S-2: Satan in Paris - 6 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Happy Shoemaker; Or, Contentment vs Riches."
2 S-3: School for Scandal, The - 7.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Charles the Twelfth."
2 S-4: Sea Captain, The; Or, The Birthright - 6.75 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre in Northampton. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Black-Eyed Susan; Or, All in the Downs."
2 S-5: Secret Marriage, The - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Sonnambula."
2 S-6: Siege of Belgrade, The - 7.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1817 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Father and his Children."
2 S-7: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1885 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Der Freischutz."
2 S-8: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Jewess."
2 S-9: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Jewess."
2 S-10: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Jewess."
2 S-11: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Jewess."
2 S-12: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.25 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Master's Rival."
2 S-13: Siege of Rochelle, The - 7.25 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Master's Rival."
2 S-14: Soldier's Daughter, The - 9.5 x 15 inch undated broadside. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Love Chase" ; "Brother Bob" ; "The Denouncer."
2 S-15: Soldier's Daughter, The - 9.5 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal West London Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Bears Not Beasts" ; "The Family Picture; Or, the Sailor's Legacy."
2 S-16: Soldier's Daughter, The; Or, The Horrors of War - 10 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Royal Victoria Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Virginius The Roman Father."
2 S-17: Sonnambula, La - 7.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Gustavus the Third."
2 S-18: Sonnambula, La - 7.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1835 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Gustavus the Third."
2 S-19: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 11.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Raising the Wind."
2 S-20: Sonnambula, La - 7 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "P.L. or, No. 30, Strand."
2 S-21: Sonnambula, La - 7.75 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Weathercock."
2 S-22: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Children in the Wood."
2 S-23: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "P.L. or, No. 30, Strand."
2 S-24: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Love Laughs at Locksmiths."
2 S-25: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Love Laughs at Locksmiths."
2 S-26: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Daughter of the Danube; Or, the Imp and the Water Ring."
2 S-27: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Rake."
2 S-28: Sonnambula, La - 7.25 x 12.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Roland for an Oliver."
2 S-29: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Ladies' Club."
2 S-30: Sonnambula, La - 7.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Deaf as a Post."
2 S-31: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love in a Village" ; "No Song No Supper."
2 S-32: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Tutor."
2 S-33: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 12 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Ask No Questions."
2 S-34: Stanislaus; Or, the Siege of Dantzic - 9.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Sir Peter Pry" ; "The Jew."
2 S-35: Stranger, The - 9.25 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Surrey Theatre.
2 S-36: Stranger, The - 9 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Clarisse; Or, The Merchant's Daughter."
2 S-37: Stranger, The - 7.5 x 15 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Helen Faucit. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Honey Moon."
2 T-1: Tancridi - 7.5 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Lancers" ; "La Sonnambula" ; "Il Fanatico Per La Musica."
2 T-2: Thirty Years Gambler's Life - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Freaks & Follies" ; "Little Red Riding Hood" ; "The Quadrupeds."
2 T-3: Three Crumps, The; Or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus - 9.5 x 14 inch broadside for the performance in 1818 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Woodman Prince" ; "The Fortunate Youth."
2 T-4: Three Dons, The; Or, the Rose of Tuscany - 10.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Gilderoy the Bonnie Boy" ; "Michael Cervantes; Or, Plot and Counterplot."
2 T-5: Thrown Upon the World - 5 x 14.5 inch undated broadside.
2 T-6 : Time Tries All - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Nervous Man" ; "The Prisoner of War."
2 T-7: Tom and Jerry; Or, Life in London - 8.5 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1823 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Another Piece of Presumption."
2 T-8: Torquato Tasso - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Phantom Lover; Or, The Innkeeper's Daughter."
2 T-9: Torquato Tasso - 7.5 x 15.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "La Sonnambula."
2 T-10: Torquato Tasso - 7.5 x 15 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
2 T-11: Tour de Nesle, La; Or, The Chamber of Death - 6 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter.
2 T-12: Twin Jarveys, The; Or, The Merry Mac's and Lively O's - 5.25 x 14.25 inch undated broadside.
2 T-13: Twoud Puzzle a Conjurer - 7.5 x 15.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Boston Museum. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Allow Me to Apologize" ; "Young America."
2 U-1: Uberti; Or, the Ruins of the Convent - 7.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Dancing Barber" ; "The Quaker."
2 V-1: Vampire, The; Or, The Spectre of Mount Snowden - 6 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robert Macaire; Or, The Two Murderers."
2 V-2: Village Lawyer, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Nina" ; "Harlequin & the Ocean Queen; Or, The King of the Ruby Castle and the Magic Yew Branch."
2 W-1: Wager, The; Or, The Midnight Hour - 8.25 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Sleep-Walker" ; "The Devil to Pay."
2 W-2: Wager, The; Or, The Midnight Hour - 8.75 x 13 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Adopted Child" ; "The Innkeeper's Daughter."
2 W-3: Wealthy Widow, The; Or, They're Both to Blame - 8.75 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Day After the Wedding" ; "Der Freischutz."
2 W-4: Werner; Or, The Inheritance - 9.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performances in 1854 at the Surrey Theatre.
2 W-5 : Widow Bedott Papers - 5.25 14 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is Helen Coleman.
2 W-6: Wife, The; A Tale of Mantua - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Maidens Beware" ; "The Middy Ashore."
2 W-7: Wild Boy of Bohemia, The; Or, The Force of Nature - 9.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Aesop and His Fables; Or, Harlequin from Elysium."
2 W-8: Wild Oats; Or, The Strolling Player - 6 x 11.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1864. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lancers."
2 W-9: William Tell - 9.5 x 15 inch undated broadside. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Day at an Inn" ; "The Blind Boy".
2 W-10: Woman of Colour, The; Or, Slavery in Freedom - 9.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Surrey Theatre.
2 W-11: World's War, The; Or, The Turks' Faith and the Christians' Valour - 10 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1854 at the Royal Victoria Theatre.
2 Y-1: Young King, The - 7.5 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Venetian Masque" ; "Mischief Making."
2 Y-2: Young King, The - 7.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Race for Dinner" ; "Maidens Beware" ; "The Venetian Masque."
2 Misc-1: [broadside for a vaudeville performance in 1911 at the Colonial Theatre].
2 Misc-2: [broadside for a "Trip around the World" by The W.J. Fleming Company, a performance featuring scenes in different settings including London, Africa, Egypt, India and The Rocky Mountains. No date.].
2 Misc-3: [broadside for a performance of a selection of ancient and modern music in 1822 at the Adelphi Theatre, Strand.].
3 A-1: Abime, La - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1873 at the Globe Theatre.
3 A-2: Acis and Galatea - 9 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Prisoner of War" ; "The Windmill."
3 A-3: Agnes St. Aubin; Or, the Two Husbands - 7.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Deeds of Dreadful Note" ; "Burlesque of the Beggars' Opera."
3 A-4: Aladdin; Or, the Wonderful Lamp - 7.25 x 17.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Boston Museum.
3 A-5: Alice Gray, the Suspected One; Or, the Moral Brand - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Two Gregories; Or, Where Does the Money Come From?" ; "My Wife's Dentist."
3 A-6: Alice in Wonderland - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 A-7: All That Glitters Is Not Gold - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Married Life."
3 A-8: Alone in London - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performers are Harriett Jay, and Herbert Standing.
3 A-9: Alone in London - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 A-10: Angel of Midnight; Or, 12 o'clock and the Spirit of Death - 6 x 16 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Stage Struck Barber" ; "Robert Macaire; Or, the Two Murderers" ; "What Can It Be?".
3 A-11: Angel of Midnight; Or, 12 o'clock and the Spirit of Death - 6 x 16 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Stage Struck Barber" ; "Robert Macaire; Or, the Two Murderers" ; "What Can It Be?".
3 A-12: Antigone - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
3 A-13: Armand; Or, The Child of the People - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the City Hall Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Vol au vent; Or, A Night's Adventure."
3 A-14: As In A Looking Glass - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 a the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 A-15: Asmodeus; Or, The Little Devil's Share - 6.25 x 21.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Wood's Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Selden Irwin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "In and Out of Place."
3 B-1: Bachelors - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Step-Sister."
3 B-2: Ballo in Maschera, Un - 8.25 x 18 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Academy of Music, Boston.
3 B-3: Barber of Seville, The - 7.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Adelaide Kemble. Kemble was the younger sister of Fanny Kemble. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
3 B-4: Bardwell v. Pickwick - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Perfect Love" ; "A Dead Shot" ; "Good For Nothing" ; "Pygmallion and Calatea."
3 B-5: Bedouin Arabs - 7 x 20 inch broadside for a performance in 1837 of a theatrical performance of a troupe of Bedouin Arabs at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
3 B-6 : Belle's Stratagem, The - 9.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Day After the Wedding."
3 B-7: Bells - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Creatures of Impulse."
3 B-8: Betly the Tyrolean - 8.5 x 21.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Lola Montez. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "All That Glitters is Not Gold" ; "Ladies Beware."
3 B-9: Betly the Tyrolean - 9 x 21.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Lola Montez. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who Speaks First?" ; "Two Bonnycastles" ; "Diana and Her Nymphs" ; "Alderman's Gown."
3 B-10: Betly the Tyrolean - 9.25 x 22 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Lola Montez. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Two Bonnycastles" ; "Diana and her Nymphs" ; "Passing the Wind."
3 B-11: Bill Jones, the Union Scout - 7.25 x 30.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1884 at the Capital Hall, Montpelier. Featured performers are Geore A. Sawin, Anna G. Grace, and Fred O. Maynard.
3 B-12: Black Doctor, The; Or, the Destruction of the Bastille - 8.75 x 22.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Hercules, King of Clubs."
3 B-13: Black Imp, The; Or, the Fairy of the Blue Utolpho - 9 x 22.75 inch undated broadside.
3 B-14: Black Sheep, The - 7 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Comique.
3 B-15: Bob - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Patti Rosa.
3 B-16: Bob Nettles - 6.5 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Providence Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Brigand's Son" ; "The Virginia Mummy."
3 B-17: Bob Nettles - 6.5 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Providence Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Brigand's Son" ; "The Virginia Mummy."
3 B-18: Bohemian Girl, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1855.
3 B-19: Bohemian Girl, The - 8.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1885 in Montpelier, Vermont.
3 B-20: Born to Good Luck; Or, an Irishman's Good Fortune - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Was I To Blame" ; "The Irish Lion."
3 B-21: Boston Ladies' Polo Clubs - 6.75 x 17 inch broadside from 1885 promoting a polo match between two ladies' polo clubs, The Nantaskets and the Newports, at the Golden Fleece in Montpelier, Vermont.
3 B-22: Bouquetiere, La - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Night at Notting Hill" ; "The French Spy; Or, the Fall of Algiers."
3 B-23: Bouquetiere, La - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Stage Struck" ; "The French Spy; Or, the Fall of Algiers."
3 B-24: Bouquetiere, La - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Stage Struck" ; "The French Spy; Or, the Fall of Algiers."
3 B-25: Bride of an Evening; Or, a Romance of the Rappahannock - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Loan of a Lover."
3 B-26: Bride of an Evening; Or, a Romance of the Rappahannock - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Sketches in India."
3 B-27: Brigand, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Lucretia Borgia" ; "The Old Guard."
3 B-28: Brigand, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Lucretia Borgia" ; "The Old Guard."
3 B-29: Brigand, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Lucretia Borgia" ; "The Old Guard."
3 B-30: Brigand's Son, The - 9.25 x 25.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at Deagle's Varieties Theatre, St. Louis, Missouri. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Ireland as it Was; Or, the Sports of Donnybrook."
3 B-31 : Broken Sword, The - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wizard Skiff; Or, The Massacre of Scio."
3 B-32: Broken Sword, The - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wizard Skiff; Or, The Massacre of Scio."
3 B-33: Bubbles of the Day - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Tom and Jerry; Or, Life in London."
3 B-34: Bubbles of the Day - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Dobson and Co." ; "No. 18, College-Green."
3 B-35: Butler, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.L. Toole.
3 C-1: Camille - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport.
3 C-2: Camille - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport.
3 C-3: Camille - 7 x 20.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre. Featured performer is Matilda Heron.
3 C-4: Camille - 7 x 20.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre. Featured performer is Matilda Heron.
3 C-5: Carter Zouave Troupe - 7.25 x 23.5 inch undated broadside.
3 C-6: Caste - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
3 C-7: Caste - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-8: Caste - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-9: Charles the Twelfth - 9 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Pas de Deux, La Gitana" ; "The Two Gregories" ; "The Maid and Magpie."
3 C-10: Charlotte Corday; Or, the Reign of Terror - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport.
3 C-11: Charlotte Corday; Or, the Reign of Terror - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport.
3 C-12: Chilperic - 6.25 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1876 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Emily Soldene. Also included on the broadside is a performance of "Trial by Jury."
3 C-13: Chimney Corner, The - 10.25 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1865. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Loan of a Lover" ; "Sarah's Young Man."
3 C-14: Cinderella - 8 x 18.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Boston Museum. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Innkeeper of Abbeville."
3 C-15: Cinderella - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-16: Cinderella - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-17: Cinderella - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-18: Cinderella - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-19: Cinderella - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-20: Colleen Bawn, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Richard Mansell.
3 C-21: Colleen Bawn, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Richard Mansell.
3 C-22: Commodore, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 C-23: Contested Election, The - 9.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Featured performer is Charles Matthews. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "My Mother's Maid."
3 C-24: Corsican Brothers, The - 9.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1855 at Wheatley's Arch Street Theatre.
3 C-25: Corsican Brothers, The - 6.75 x 20.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre.
3 C-26: Cure for Love, A - 7.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Belle of the Hotel; Or, American Sketches" ; "The Lottery Ticket" ; "A Kiss in the Dark."
3 D-1: Damon and Pythias - 9.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the Theatre Royal, Bilston.
3 D-2: Damon and Pythias; Or, The Test of Friendship - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White."
3 D-3: Dandy Dick - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-4: Dandy Dick - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is John Clayton.
3 D-5: Danicheffs, The - 8.75 x 20 inch undated broadside for the performance at Piper's New Opera House, Virginia City, Nevada. Featured performer is Chas. R. Thorne.
3 D-6: Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon - 9.5 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
3 D-7: Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Gamester."
3 D-8: Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Tom Thumb."
3 D-9: Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Devil's Bridge."
3 D-10: Dark Secret, A - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Amy Steinberg.
3 D-11: Daughter of the Regiment, The - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Rake."
3 D-12: Daughter of the Regiment, The - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rendezvous."
3 D-13: Day After the Wedding, A - 9.25 x 20.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Belle's Stratagem" ; "The Poor Soldier."
3 D-14: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-15: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-16: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-17: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-18: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-19: Dick Whittington; Or, Mephisto Gay the Demon Rat, the Fairy Fay and the Faithful Cat - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 D-20: Don, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.L. Toole.
3 D-21: Donna Diana - 9.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Herman Vezin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Lady Audley's Secret."
3 D-22: Dowager, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "One Hour; Or, The Carnival Ball" ; "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware" ; "The Olympic Athlete."
3 D-23: Dream, The - 6 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Music Hall, New Haven. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Merry Millers."
3 D-24: Dream of Bliss - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Somebody Else" ; "The French Spy; Or, The Fall of Algiers."
3 D-25: Dream of Bliss - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Somebody Else" ; "The French Spy; Or, The Fall of Algiers."
3 D-26: Dream of the Future - 10 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at the Theatre Royal, Bath. Featured performer is Leigh Murray. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "His First Champagne."
3 D-27: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-28: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-29: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-30: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-31: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-32: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-33: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-34: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-35: Duke's Motto, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
3 D-36: Dust and Diamonds - 8 x 18 inch undated broadside for the performance at Wallack's. Featured performer is Sheil Barry.
3 E-1: East Lynne - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Kate Read.
3 E-2: East Lynne - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Kate Read.
3 E-3: East Lynne - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Margaret Soulby.
3 E-4: Eileen Oge; Or, Dark's the Hour Before the Dawn - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Florence.
3 E-5: Elena Uberti - 7.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "No Song No Supper."
3 E-6: Elizabeth, Queen of England - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1869 at the Academy of Music, Lexington, Kentucky. Featured performer is F.W. Lander.
3 E-7: Empire Specialty Company - 10.25 x 29 inch undated broadside for a series of performances by the Empire Specialty Company.
3 E-8: English Fleet, The - 7.25 x 17.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich.
3 E-9: Ernani - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "John Dobbs."
3 E-10: Esmeralda - 6.75 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Married Bachelor."
3 E-11: Esmeralda - 6.75 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fairy Star."
3 E-12: Esmeralda; Or, The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Deaf as a Post."
3 E-13: Esmeralda; Or, The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Deaf as a Post."
3 E-14: Esmeralda; Or, The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Somebody Else."
3 E-15: Esmeralda; Or, The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Somebody Else."
3 E-16: Evadne; Or, the Hall of Statues - 7.25 x 17.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performers are Jennie Parker and H.W. Cossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Youth That Never Saw a Woman."
3 E-17: Extremes - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Washington."
3 E-18: Extremes; Or, Men of the Day - 9.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Edmund Falconer. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rendezvous."
3 F-1: Faa's Revenge, The; Or, the Weird's Prophesy - 6.25 x 16.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Persecuted Dutchman."
3 F-2: Faa's Revenge, The; Or, the Weird's Prophesy - 6.25 x 16.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Persecuted Dutchman."
3 F-3: Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spirit of the Rhine."
3 F-4: Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady - 8.5 x 22.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Black Doctor; Or, the Destruction of the Bastille."
3 F-5: Fairy Circle, The - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "An Hour in Seville" ; "Ireland as it Was."
3 F-6: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-7: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-8: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-9: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-10: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-11: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-12: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-13: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-14: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-15: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-16: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-17: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-18: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-19: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-20: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-21: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-22: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-23: Fanchon the Cricket - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
3 F-24: Farmer's Story, The - 9.5 x 19.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rendezvous."
3 F-25: Fashion; Or, Life in New York - 6 x 27 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Greenwich Village Theatre.
3 F-26: Fast Family, The - 7.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Theatre Comique. Featured performer is Maggie Lowry.
3 F-27: Faust - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performers are Henry Irving and Ellen Terry.
3 F-28: Fazio; Or, The Italian Wife - 9.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Fitzsmythe of Fitzsmythe Hall" ; "Brother Sandy M'Donald; Or, Family Relations."
3 F-29: Fedora - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Sarah Bernhardt.
3 F-30: Florinel - 9.25 x 24.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1881 at the Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Julia A. Hunt.
3 F-31: Flowers of the Forest, The - 8.75 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Broadway Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Ladies Beware."
3 F-32: Flowers of the Forest, The - 6.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robert Macaire."
3 F-33: Flying Dutchman, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Stage Struck."
3 F-34: Flying Dutchman, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Stage Struck."
3 F-35: Flying Dutchman, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katharine and Petruchio."
3 F-36: Flying Scud, The; Or, a Four Legged Fortune - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-37: Fontainebleau; Or, Races in France - 7.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Crown Prince" ; "Black-Eyed Susan."
3 F-38: Forbidden Fruit - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-39: Forget Me Not - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performers are Genevieve Ward and W.H. Vernon.
3 F-40: Forger, The ; Or, the Return of a Ticket of Leave - 9.75 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Surrey Theatre. Featured performer is David H. Jones. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Masquerade Ball; Or, Tickets on Tick" ; "The Old Warren; Or, The One Witness."
3 F-41: Forty Thieves, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-42: Forty Thieves, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-43: Forty Thieves, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-44: Forty Thieves, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-45: Forty Thieves, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
3 F-46: Foster Brothers, The - 8.75 x 22.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Rosiere" ; "His Last Legs."
3 F-47: Foster Brothers, The - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Fairy Lake" ; "Born to Good Luck."
3 F-48: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Woman: Her Love, Her Faith, Her Trials."
3 F-49: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Woman: Her Love, Her Faith, Her Trials."
3 F-50: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Somebody Else."
3 F-51: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Woman: Her Love, Her Faith, Her Trials."
3 F-52: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Somebody Else."
3 F-53: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Somebody Else."
3 F-54: French Spy, The; Or, the Siege of Constantina - 8 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performer is Alice Placide.
3 F-55: French Spy, The; Or, the Siege of Constantina - 6.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fairy Star."
3 F-56: French Spy, The; Or, the Fall of Algiers - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Woman: Her Love, Her Faith, Her Trials."
3 F-57: French Spy, The - 9.5 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow. Featured performer is Adah Isaacs Menken. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mary Stuart; Or, The Castle of Lochleven."
3 F-58: Fritz in Ireland; Or, the Bell-Ringer of the Rhine and the Love of the Shamrock - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.K. Emmet.
3 F-59: Fritz in Ireland; Or, the Bell-Ringer of the Rhine and the Love of the Shamrock - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.K. Emmet.
4 G-1: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-2: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-3: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-4: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-5: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Tutor."
4 G-6: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Tutor."
4 G-7: Gamea; Or, the Jewish Mother - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-8: Gamester, The - 7.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon."
4 G-9: Gamester, The - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Mother and Child are Doing Well" ; "My Wife's Dentist."
4 G-10: German Opera - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for a performance of German Opera in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
4 G-11: Germania Orchestra of Boston - 5.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1892 at the Blanchard Opera House.
4 G-12: Getz's Varieties - 7.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1867.
4 G-13: Getz's Varieties - 7.25 x 20.25 inch undated broadside.
4 G-14: Getz's Varieties - 7.25 x 20.25 inch undated broadside.
4 G-15: Getz's Varieties - 7.25 x 20.25 inch undated broadside.
4 G-16: Getz's Varieties - 7.25 x 20.25 inch undated broadside.
4 G-17: Gipsey Girl, The; Or, the Flowers of the Forest - 5.75 x 16.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the People's Theatre, American Hall. Featured performer is Alice Placide Mann. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "Husbands Beware; Or, a Trick by his Wife."
4 G-18: Girofle Girofla - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre.
4 G-19: Golden Fleece, The; Or, Jason in Colchis and Medea in Corinth - 10 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "John Jones" ; "Used Up."
4 G-20: Gomez the Adventurer - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Stage Struck Barber" ; "The Virginny Mummy."
4 G-21: Grand Duchesse, La - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1873 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Aimee.
4 G-22: Grand Procession of the Toilette - 8.25 x 27 inch undated broadside.
4 G-23: Great Divorce Case, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 G-24: Great Rebellion, The - 6 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at Mozart Hall.
4 G-25: Green Bushes; Or, a Hundred Years Ago - 8.75 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Broadway Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Naval Engagements."
4 G-26: Green Bushes; Or, Ireland and America a Hundred Years Ago - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Four Sisters."
4 G-27: Green Bushes; Or, a Hundred Years Ago - 9.5 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1860. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Kiss in the Dark."
4 G-28: Grimaldi; Or, the Little Street Singer - 6 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Academy of Music, Providence, Rhode Island. Featured performer is John Murray. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Irish Immigrant."
4 G-29: Grimaldi - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is John E. Owens.
4 G-30: Grist to the Mill - 7.5 x 21.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at Wood's Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Selden Irwin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Andy Blake; Or, the Irish Diamond."
4 G-31: Guardian Sylph, The - 7.5 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1836 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Mazourka" ; "The Married Rake."
4 G-32: Gustavus the Third; Or, the Masked Ball - 9.25 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Maid of Cashmere."
4 G-33: Guy Mannering; Or, The Gipsey's Prophecy - 9.25 x 29.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Gustavus the Third; Or, the Masked Ball."
4 H-1: Hamlet - 6.75 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Wood's Theatre. Featured performer is E.L. Davenport.
4 H-2: Hamlet - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Barry Sullivan.
4 H-3: Hands Across the Sea - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-4: Hans the Boatman - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Charles Arnold.
4 H-5: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-6: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-7: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-8: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-9: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-10: Harbour Lights, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 H-11: Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, the Great Bed of Ware - 7.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rivals."
4 H-12: Harlequin Sulphureno; Or, The Three Temptations - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
4 H-13: Hassan Pasha; Or, the Arab Leap - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Middy Ashore" ; "The Man and the Tiger."
4 H-14: Hassan Pasha; Or, the Arab Leap - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Middy Ashore" ; "Mischief Making."
4 H-15: Hassan Pasha; Or, the Arab Leap - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Middy Ashore" ; "The Unfinished Gentleman."
4 H-16: Heir at Law, The - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is B.G. Rogers. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Toodles."
4 H-17: Home - 8 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1869. Featured performer is Lester Wallack. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "A Regular Fix."
4 H-18: Honey Moon, The; Or, How to Rule a Wife - 7.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Children of the Wood."
4 H-19: House Next Door, The - 6 x 15.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is J.E. Dodson.
4 H-20: How She Loves Him - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Toodles."
4 H-21: Hunchback, The - 10.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "One Hour; Or, A Carnival Ball" ; "Ask No Questions."
4 H-22: Hunchback, The - 6.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Harry Copland. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Rake."
4 H-23: Husband's Secret, The - 7.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at Long's Southern Varieties and Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Two Browns."
4 I-1: If I'd £1000 a Year - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer s Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Little Toddlekins" ; "Mr. Gatherwool; Or, Out of Sight out of Mind."
4 I-2: In and Out; Or, My Landlady's Side Door - 9.75 x 30.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1821 at the Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "King & No King; Or, Chancellor of the Exchequer" ; "Tereza Tomkins; Or, the Fruits of Geneva."
4 I-3: Ingomar the Barbarian - 6.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Day in Paris."
4 I-4: In the Banks - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 I-5: Invisible Prince, The; Or, the Island of Tranquil Delights - 9 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Popping the Question."
4 I-6: Ireland As It Is; Or, Emigration to America - 7.5 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at MacFarland's Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is Mr. F.S. Chanfrau. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Toodles."
4 I-7: Ireland As It Is - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "To Parents and Guardians."
4 I-8: Ireland As It Is - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "To Parents and Guardians."
4 I-9: Irish Ambassador - 6.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. John Drew. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Handy Andy."
4 I-10: Irish Emigrant - 6.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. John Drew. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love and Charity" ; "Betsy Baker."
4 I-11: Irish Attorney - 9.75 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Irish Secretary" ; "Harlequin Sulphureno; Or, The Three Temptations."
4 I-12: Iron Mask, The - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre.
4 I-13: It's Never Too Late to Mend - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is John Wainwright.
4 I-14: It's Never Too Late to Mend - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 J-1: Jack Cade; Or, The Kentish Rebellion - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Cossin. Also included on the broadside is a performances of: "Poor Pillicoddy."
4 J-2: Jack Cade; Or, The Kentish Rebellion - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Cossin. Also included on the broadside is a performances of: "Boots at the Swan."
4 J-3: Jack Cade; Or, The Kentish Rebellion - 6 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter.
4 J-4: Jack Cade the Bondman of Kent - 6.5 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre. Featured performer is Edwin Forrest.
4 J-5: Jack Sheppard - 8.5 x 19.75 inch undated broadside.
4 J-6: Jack Sheppard the Housekeeper - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Lucille Western. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Devilish Good Joke."
4 J-7: Jane Lomax; Or, a Mother's Crime - 9.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Charles the Twelfth" ; "Mr. & Mrs. White."
4 J-8: Jane Shore - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 J-9: Jealous Wife, The - 9.5 x 17 inch broadside or the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Hay Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "His Last Legs" ; "My Wife's Mother."
4 J-10: Jessie Brown and the Sepoys of India - 6.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair.
4 J-11: Jessie Brown and the Sepoys of India - 6.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Four Sisters."
4 J-12: Jessie Brown and the Sepoys of India - 6.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rough Diamond."
4 J-13: Jessie Brown and the Sepoys of India - 6.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Bachelor."
4 J-14: Jilt, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 J-15: Jim the Penman - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 J-16: Jim the Penman - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 J-17: Jocko - 6.75 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1854.
4 J-18: Jo - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Jennie Lee.
4 J-19: Jonathan Bradford; Or, the Murder at the Roadside Inn - 7.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1864. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Dead Shot."
4 J-20: Josephine; Or, The Fortunes of War - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Belle of the Hotel" ; "Polkamania."
4 J-21: Jour de Carneval a Seville, Un - 9 x 22.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Lola Montez. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Poor Relation" ; "The Valet de Sham."
4 K-1: Katherine and Petruchio - 9.75 x 38.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone.
4 K-2: Katy O'Sheal - 6.25 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Lion" ; "Out on a Spree."
4 K-3: Katy O'Sheal - 6.25 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Lion" ; "Out on a Spree."
4 K-4: King Charles the First - 7.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Printer's Devil."
4 K-5: King O'Neil; Or, The Irish Brigade - 9.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is John Collins. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Nervous Man and the Man of Nerve" ; "Brother Sandy McDonald."
4 K-6: King Turko - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Sweethearts."
4 K-7: Kittens - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Kate Everleigh.
4 L-1: Lady of Lyons, The - 6.25 x 19.5 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Two Bonnycastles."
4 L-2: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love and Pride - 9.75 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon."
4 L-3: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love and Pride - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the Moon."
4 L-4: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love and Pride - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Spirit of Fire; Or, The Chamois Hunter and the Vine-dresser's Daughter" ; "The Pas de Fascination; Or, Catching a Governor."
4 L-5: Lady of Lyons, The - 9.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Blackburn. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rough Diamond."
4 L-6: Lady of Lyons, The - 7.5 x 16.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the New Theatre, Southport. Featured performer is Sarah Thorne. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "An Alarming Sacrifice."
4 L-7: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love and Pride - 9 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in1860 at the Theatre Royal, Leicester.
4 L-8: Lady of the Lake, The - 9.25 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "La Sonnambule."
4 L-9: Lady of the Lake, The - 9.25 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Neighbour's Wife" ; "Blue Beard."
4 L-10: Lady of the Lake, The - 9.25 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Neighbour's Wife" ; "Blue Beard."
4 L-11: Lady of the Lake, The - 7 x 21.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1860.
4 L-12: Lady of the Lake, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 L-13: Lalla Rookh; Or, The Ambassadors of Love, and Ghebir Fire Worshippers - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Scenes in the Circle" ; "Timour the Tartar."
4 L-14: Lalla Rookh; Or, The Ambassadors of Love, and Ghebir Fire Worshippers - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Scenes in the Circle" ; "Timour the Tartar."
4 L-15: Larks - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Harry Monkhouse.
4 L-16: Last Days of Pompeii; Or, The Eruption of Vesuvius - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Chatham Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Red Rover."
4 L-17: Life and Death of Jack Shepard, The - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Annie Senter and Harry Langdon. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Four Sisters."
4 L-18: Life and Death of Jack Shepard, The - 6 x 16.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Annie Senter and Harry Langdon. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spectre Bridegroom."
4 L-19: Life and Death of Jack Shepard, The - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Annie Senter and Harry Langdon. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Four Sisters."
4 L-20: Life of an Actress, The - 6.25 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Husband Brought to his Trumps."
4 L-21: Linda de Chamouni - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Anna Bishop. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Collin's Ode to the Passions" ; "The Floating Beacon."
4 L-22: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-23: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-24: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-25: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-26: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-27: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-28: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-29: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-30: Little Barefoot - 6.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
4 L-31: Little Devil, The; Or, My Share - 6.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Jem Bags" ; "The Wandering Boys of Switzerland."
4 L-32: Little Katy the Hot Corn Girl; Or, Life in New York - 7.75 x 23.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Metropolitan Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Three Fast Men; Or, The Female Robinson Crusoes."
4 L-33: Little Sentinel, The - 9.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Carlotta Addison. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "David Garrick" ; "My Aunt's Advice."
4 L-34: London Assurance - 9.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Locomotion" ; "Nervous Man, and the Man of Nerve."
4 L-35: London Assurance - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
4 L-36: Lord of the Isles, The; Or, The Gathering of the Clans - 9 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "St. David's Day; Or, The Honest Welshman." ; "The Carnival Ball."
4 L-37: Lost Privateer, The; Or, The Pirate and Man-O'-Wars Man - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Freaks of Civil War."
4 L-38: Lost Ship, The - 7.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Wild Oats; Or, The Strolling Gentleman."
4 L-39: Louise Muller; Or, Power and Principle - 6.5 x 19.5 broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mother and Child Are Doing Well."
4 L-40: Love - 9.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Fra-Diavolo; Or, The Inn of Terracina" ; "The Lady of the Lake."
4 L-41: Love and Lucre - 9.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "O'Donoghue" ; "Fish Out of Water."
4 L-42: Love Chase, The - 7.25 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Wife's Out" ; "Beulah Spa."
4 L-43: Love in a Village - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Alban Croft. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robinson Crusoe; Or, The Bold Buccaneers."
4 L-44: Love or Money - 6.75 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady."
4 L-45: Love or Money - 6.75 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady."
4 L-46: Love's Sacrifice; Or, The Rival Merchants - 6 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1861 at the Theatre at the Town Hall, Fitchburg. Featured performer is E.L. Tilton. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Dead Shot."
4 L-47: Love's Sacrifice; Or, The Rival Merchants - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Grimshaw, Bagshaw and Bagshaw."
4 L-48: Love's Telegraph - 7.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at Laura Keene's New Theatre, New York. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Romantic Idea; Or, The Demon Jester."
4 L-49: Lucia of Lammermoor - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Loan of a Lover."
4 L-50: Lucia of Lammermoor - 7.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Catherine Hayes. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Midas."
4 L-51: Lucia of Lammermoor - 7.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Printer's Devil."
4 L-52: Lucretia Borgia - 7 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Day in Detroit; Or, The Yankee's Duel" ; "Our Sallie."
4 L-53: Lucretia Borgia - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mr. Stone in a Regular Fix."
4 L-54: Lucretia Borgia - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mr. Stone in a Regular Fix."
5 M-1: Magic Pills, The - 9.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1855 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Gabriel Ravel. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Captive."
5 M-2: Magic Pills, The - 9 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1855 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Gabriel Ravel. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Nicodemus."
5 M-3: Magistrate, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Obliging a Friend."
5 M-4: Magistrate, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 M-5: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 6.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katy O'Sheal."
5 M-6: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 6.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katy O'Sheal."
5 M-7: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 6.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katy O'Sheal."
5 M-8: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 6.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katy O'Sheal."
5 M-9: Margot the Poultry Dealer - 6.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Katy O'Sheal."
5 M-10: Maid of Mariendorpt, The - 9.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Floating Beacon; Or, The Norwegian Wreckers."
5 M-11: Marie de Rohan - 6.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Matilda Heron. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Tom Noddy's Secret."
5 M-12: Marie de Rohan - 6.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Matilda Heron. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Tom Noddy's Secret."
5 M-13: Married Life - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Toodles" ; "The Long Strike."
5 M-14: Married Rake, The - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside are performances of:" The Last Man" ; "Mr. and Mrs. Lilywhite."
5 M-15: Martha; Or, The Fair at Richmond - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
5 M-16: Martha; Or, The Fair at Richmond - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre.
5 M-17: Mary Stuart Queen of Scots - 7.25 x 16.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1869 at the New Nashville Theatre. Featured performers are F.W. Lander, J.H. Taylor, and Geo Becks.
5 M-18: Masks and Faces; Or, Before and Behind the Curtain - 7 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mother and Child Are Doing Well."
5 M-19: Masks and Faces - 10 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Honeymoon."
5 M-20: Mathilde - 6.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Matilda Heron. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Who Speaks First?".
5 M-21: Mathilde - 6.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Matilda Heron. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spectre Bridegroom."
5 M-22: Medea - 6.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Matilda Heron. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Married Bachelor."
5 M-23: Meg's Diversion - 9.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the New Royalty Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lady of the Lake."
5 M-24: Meg's Diversion - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 M-25: Michael Erle the Maniac Lover - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who Speaks First?" ; "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White."
5 M-26: Miser of Marseilles, The; Or, The Seven Clerks and Three Thieves - 6.25 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at Wood's Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Drew in Italy" ; "The Coopers; Or, The Misfortunes of Periot."
5 M-27: Money - 10.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Boarding School" ; "Tom Noddy's Secret."
5 M-28: Money - 7.25 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at Chatham Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Beauty and the Beast."
5 M-29: Money - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Young England."
5 M-30: Money - 7 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at Conway's' Brooklyn Theatre.
5 M-31: Monsieur Alphonse - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1874 at the Globe Theatre.
5 M-32: Mormons, The; Or, Life in Salt Lake City - 6.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Who Speaks First?".
5 M-33: Mormons, The; Or, Life in Salt Lake City - 6.5 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Grimshaw, Bagshaw and Bradshaw."
5 M-34: Mormons, The; Or, Life in Salt Lake City - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spectre Bridegroom."
5 M-35: Mountain Sylph, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robinson Crusoe; Or, The Bold Buccaneers."
5 M-36: Murdering a Boy and Restoring Him to Life - 9.5 x 23.75 inch undated broadside.
5 M-37: Mystery of a Hansom Cab, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 M-38: Mystery of a Hansom Cab, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 M-39: My Wife's Mother - 5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at Wood's Theatre, Cincinnati. Featured performers are W.H. Leighton, Geo Griffiths, W. McFarland, and S.S. Woodbury. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Fool of the Family" ; "La Fitte, the Pirate of the Gulf."
5 N-1: Nadine - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 N-2: Namesakes - 10 x 29.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 N-3: Naval Engagements; Or, Senior and Junior - 7.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "One Hour; Or, The Carnival Ball" ; "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware."
5 N-4: Nervous Man and the Man of Nerve, The - 6.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Happy Man" ; "The Widow's Victim."
5 N-5: New Magdalen, The - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1873 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Carlotta Leclercq.
5 N-6: Nick of the Woods - 7.25 x 20 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Chatham Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Hoboken" ; "No Song No Supper."
5 N-7: Night Off, A; Or, A Page from Balzac - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 N-8: Night Off, A; Or, A Page from Balzac - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 N-9: Norma - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Weathercock."
5 N-10: Norma - 7.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Acis and Galatea" ; "Sonnambula."
5 N-11: Norma - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Catherine Hayes. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Lucia Di Lammermoor" ; "Midas."
5 O-1: Octoroon, The; Or, Life in Louisiana - 9.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at Wheatley and Clarke's Arch Street Theatre.
5 O-2: Octoroon, The; Or, Life in Louisiana - 8.75 x 23.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the New Bowery Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Hercules, King of Clubs."
5 O-3: O'Donoghoe of the Lakes; Or, Harlequin and the Leprechaun - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Sonnambula."
5 O-4: O'Donoghoe of the Lakes; Or, Harlequin and the Leprechaun - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Der Freischutz."
5 O-5: Old Phil's Birthday - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Brigands."
5 O-6: Only a Jew - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is John T. Raymond. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Milky White."
5 O-7: Original Bohemian Glass Blowers - 5.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at Union House Hall, Montpelier, Vermont.
5 O-8: Oroonoko; Or, The Royal Slave - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Irish Tutor" ; "The Black Doctor; Or, The Siege of the Bastile and Revolution of 1793."
5 O-9: Our American Cousin - 6.25 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at Wood's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Last Grime; Or, Mobb the Outlaw."
5 O-10: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-11: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-12: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-13: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-14: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-15: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-16: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-17: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-18: Our Boys - 6.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey.
5 O-19: Our Joan - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performers are Amy Roselle and Arthur Dacre.
5 O-20: Ours - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is T.W. Robertson.
5 O-21: Ours - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is T.W. Robertson.
5 O-22: Outahlanchet - 8 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performer is Ada Parker.
5 P-1: Paradise Lost - 10.5 x 28 inch undated broadside.
5 P-2: Parson's Bride, The - 6 x 14 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre.
5 P-3: Patrician's Daughter, The; Or, The Man and the Noble - 9 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Broadway Theatre. Featured performer is Laura Addison. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Double-Bedded Room."
5 P-4: Pauline - 9.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at Wheatley's Arch Street Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Sudden Thoughts."
5 P-5: Paul Pry - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "His Last Legs" ; "The Yankee Farmer."
5 P-6: Paul Pry - 9.5 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Arch Street Theatre. Featured performer is John S. Clarke. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Somebody's Coat" ; "Jonathan Bradford; Or, The Murder at the Road-Side Inn."
5 P-7: Paul Pry - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is J.L. Toole. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Off the Line."
5 P-8: Paul Pry - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.L. Toole.
5 P-9: Pavements of Paris, The - 7.25 x 28 inch undated broadside.
5 P-10: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-11: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-12: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-13: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-14: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-15: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-16: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-17: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-18: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, The Mother's Prayer - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell.
5 P-19: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, A Mother's Prayer - 9 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Boston Music Hall.
5 P-20: Pearl of Savoy, The; Or, A Mother's Prayer - 9 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Boston Music Hall.
5 P-21: Peep O' Day; Or, Savoureen Deelish - 8 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Conway.
5 P-22: Peer or Pauper - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Louise Moodie.
5 P-23: Perfect Love - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Kate Vaughan.
5 P-24: Perfect Love - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Kate Vaughan.
5 P-25: Pet of the Petticoats, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Katharine & Petruchio; Or, Taming the Shrew" ; "Out on a Spree."
5 P-26: Pet of the Petticoats, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Maggie Mitchell. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Katharine & Petruchio; Or, Taming the Shrew" ; "Out on a Spree."
5 P-27: Pickpocket, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 P-28: Pickpocket, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 P-29: Pickwickians, The; Or, Peregrinations of Sam Weller - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Dead Shot."
5 P-30: Pickwickians, The; Or, Peregrinations of Sam Weller - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
5 P-31: Pickwickians, The; Or, Peregrinations of Sam Weller - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Dead Shot."
5 P-32: Pickwickians, The; Or, Peregrinations of Sam Weller - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Dead Shot."
5 P-33: Pizarro; Or, The Death of Rolla - 6.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are C. Barton Bill and H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Two Buzzards."
5 P-34: Pizarro; Or, The Death of Rolla - 8 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Conway. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Phenomenon in a Smock Frock."
5 P-35: Pleasant Neighbors, The - 9 x 20.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1855 at the Broadway Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Adrienne the Actress."
5 P-36: Plot and Counterplot; Or, The Portrait of Cervantes - 7.25 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Provoked Husband" ; "The Loan of a Lover."
5 P-37: Pocahontas; Or, The Gentle Savage - 6 x 21.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at Wallack's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Out for a Holiday."
5 P-38: Poor Gentleman, The - 8 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is B.G. Rogers. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Illustrious Stranger; Or, Married and Buried."
5 P-39: Poor of New York, The; Or, The Money Panic - 6.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White."
5 P-40: Pride of the Market, The - 6.5 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is Sallie St. Clair. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Jack Sheppard."
5 P-41: Prima Donna, The - 6.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spirit of the Rhine."
5 P-42: Prima Donna, The - 5.75 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performers are Caroline and Peter Richings. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spirit of the Rhine."
5 P-43: Prince Raldeano - 5.75 x 21 inch undated broadside for a performance by the spiritualist Prince Raldeano.
5 P-44: Pure Gold - 6 x 18 inch undated broadside. Featured performers are J. Murray and Cordellia Cappell. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Limerock Boy."
5 P-45: Pygmalion and Galatea - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1873 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Carlotta Leclercq. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing."
5 Q-1: Queen Mary's Bower - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Irish Post" ; "Hercules King of Clubs."
5 Q-2: Queen of Cyprus, The; Or, The Council of Ten - 9.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Royal Albert Theatre. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "Lovers Quarrels."
5 R-1: Race for Dinner, A - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
5 R-2: Rag Picker of Paris, The - 6.25 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performers are Wyzeman Marshall and Lucette Webster.
5 R-3: Rag Picker of Paris, The - 9.25 x 29.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Featured performer is J.F. Young. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Raphael the Reprobate."
5 R-4: Red Lamp, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 R-5: Retribution; Or, A Husband's Revenge - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Widow's Victim."
5 R-6: Revenge, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is G.V. Brooke. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Wizard of the Steel Castle."
5 R-7: Richelieu - 7.25 x 17.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich.
5 R-8: Richelieu - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Barry Sullivan.
5 R-9: Ring of Iron, A - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
5 R-10: Rip Van Winkle; Or, The Sleep of Twenty Years - 6.75 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre. Featured performer is Joseph Jefferson.
5 R-11: Rivals, The - 9.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The New Planet; Or, Harlequin out of Place."
5 R-12: Rivals, The - 9.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The New Planet; Or, Harlequin out of Place."
5 R-13: Rivals, The - 7.25 x 17 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Dr. Dilworth" ; "The Eton Boy."
5 R-14: Rivals, The - 8 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is B.G. Rogers. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Our Yankee Cousin."\.
5 R-15: Road to Ruin, The - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lost Ship."
5 R-16: Robert Macaire - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Young Scamp" ; "The Omnibus" ; "A Match in the Dark."
5 R-17: Robert Macaire; Or, The Murder at the Inn - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Dick Whittington."
5 R-18: Rob Roy; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 7 x 19.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Chatham Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Robert Macaire" ; "Paul Jones."
5 R-19: Rob Roy - 9.25 x 29 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Waterman" ; "Masaniello."
5 R-20: Rob Roy; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 5.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "In and Out of Place."
5 R-21: Rob Roy; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 5.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "In and Out of Place."
5 R-22: Rob Roy - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Walter Bentley.
5 R-23: Roland for an Oliver, A - 9.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Quits; Or, War versus Law" ; "L'andalouse" ; "The Miller and his Men."
5 R-24: Romance of a Poor Young Man, The - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter.
5 R-25: Romance of a Poor Young Man, The - 6.25 x 17 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performer is Annie Senter.
5 R-26: Romance of a Poor Young Man, The - 6 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter.
5 R-27: Romeo & Juliet - 6 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Mary Mitchell Albaugh. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Jenny Lind."
5 R-28: Rookwood; Or, Richard Turpin the Highwayman - 7 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at the New National Theatre. Featured performer is Geo. J. Arnold. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Clip's Eccentricities" ; "Herne the Hunter."
5 R-29: Rosedale; Or, The Rifle Ball - 5.25 x 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is L.P. Barrett.
5 R-30: Rose Maynard - 8.5 x 21.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "No; Or, In Port at Last" ; "The Floating Beacon; Or, the Orphan Sailor Boy of the Wreck."
5 R-31: Rosina Meadows, the Village Maiden; Or, Temptations Unveiled - 8 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performer is Yankee Locke. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Podijah B. Peasley."
5 R-32: Ruby Ring, The; A Tale of Other Days - 9.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Poor Gentleman."
6 S-1: Saint Mary's Eve; Or, A Story of the Solway - 8.75 x 21.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Broadway Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Poor Relation."
6 S-2: Sam - 6.5 x 20 inch undated broadside. Featured performers are F.S. Chanfrau and Olive Logan.
6 S-3: Saratoga - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre.
6 S-4: Satan in Paris; Or, The Mysterious Stranger - 7 x 20.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Wood's Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Selden Irwin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fool of the Family."
6 S-5: Saved from the Streets; Or, Waifs and Strays - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Grace Balmaine.
6 S-6: School for Scandal, The - 9.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Peter & Paul" ; "John Jones."
6 S-7: School for Scandal, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Unprotected Female" ; "Charles the Second."
6 S-8: School for Scandal, The - 6.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is J.M. Davenport. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Masks and Faces; Or, Before and Behind the Curtain."
6 S-9: School for Scandal, The - 7 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Theatre Comique. Featured performer is J.K. Mortimer.
6 S-10: School for Scandal, The - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performers are John Brougham and John Gilbert.
6 S-11: School for Scandal, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-12: School for Scandal, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Husband in Clover."
6 S-13: Scotchman's Dream, The - 7.25 x 21.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Music Hall, New Haven. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Robert Le Diable" ; "Vol-Au-Vent."
6 S-14: Secret Mine, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
6 S-15: Secret Mine, The - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
6 S-16: Secrets of the Police - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Sara Mignon.
6 S-17: Serious Family, The - 6.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is B.G. Rogers. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Toodles."
6 S-18: Serious Family, The - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1873. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Paul Pry."
6 S-19: Serious Family, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is J.L. Toole. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Birthplace of Podgers" ; "The Steeplechase."
6 S-20: Shadows of a Great City - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-21: Shadows of a Great City - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-22: Shane-Na-Lawn - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-23: Shane-Na-Lawn - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is W.J. Scanlan.
6 S-24: Shaughraun - 7.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1874 at Wallack's. Featured performer is Dion Boucicault.
6 S-25: Shaughraun - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Charles Sullivan.
6 S-26: Shaughraun - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is John S. Chamberlain.
6 S-26: Shaughraun - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-27: Shaughraun - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-28: She Stoops to Conquer - 8 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is B.G. Rogers. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Turning the Tables."
6 S-29: Siberia - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-30: Sicilian Vespers, The; Or, The Massacre of Palermo - 8.5 x 16.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Royal Surrey Theatre.
6 S-31: Sicilian Vespers, The; Or, The Massacre of Palermo -8.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Royal Surrey Theatre.
6 S-32: Siege of Manassas, The; Or, The Defenders of the Stars and Stripes - 6.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1861 at the Providence Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Tutor."
6 S-33: Siege of Manassas, The; Or, The Defenders of the Stars and Stripes - 6.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1861 at the Providence Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Irish Tutor."
6 S-34: Silver Spoon, The; Or, Our Own Folks - 7.5 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Boston Museum. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "A Hopeless Passion."
6 S-35: Sinbad the Sailor - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-36: Sinbad the Sailor - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-37: Sinbad the Sailor - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-38: Sinbad the Sailor - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-39: Sinbad the Sailor - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-40: Sister Mary - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 S-41: Sivori, Camillo - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance by the violinist Camillo Sivori in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
6 S-42: Six Degrees of Crime, The - 7 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Chatham Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "No Song No Supper" ; "Robert Macaire."
6 S-43: Six Degrees of Crime, The - 6.75 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Wood's Theatre. Featured performer is L.P. Roys. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Jenny Lind."
6 S-44: Slave, The - 7.25 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1822.
6 S-45: Soldier's Daughter, The - 9.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Blackburn. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Who the Deuce Is It; Or, My Foster Brother."
6 S-46: Soldier's Daughter, The - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "How She Loves Him."
6 S-47: Solon Shingle - 6.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Captain of the Watch" ; "The Victims."
6 S-48: Somebody Else - 6.25 x 18.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The French Spy; Or, The Fall of Algiers."
6 S-49: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Studio di Canova" ; "The Waterman."
6 S-50: Sonnambula, La - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Adelaide Kemble. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waterman."
6 S-51: Sonnambula, La - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
6 S-52: Son of the Night, The - 9.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the New Walnut Street Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Our Friend Peter."
6 S-53: Son of the Night, The - 9.75 x 23.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at the Broadway Theatre.
6 S-54: Speed the Plough - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is G.V. Brooke. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "L'Atelier de Canova" ; "Harlequin and the Wizard of the Steel Castle."
6 S-55: Still Waters Run Deep - 6.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858. Featured performer is C. Barton Hill. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Perfection; Or, The Lady of Munster."
6 S-56: Still Waters Run Deep - 6.25 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Captain of the Watch."
6 S-57: Stranger, The - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Darby O'Rourke and the Eagle; Or, Harlequin and the Man in the moon."
6 S-58: Stranger, The - 10 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Featured performer is Helen Faucit. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Fish Out Of Water."
6 S-59: Stranger, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Little Innocent" ; "The Red Barn; Or, the Murder of Maria Martin."
6 S-60: Strathmore - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Chamber Practice."
6 S-61: Strollers, The - 5.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1902 at the Davidson Theatre.
6 S-62: Sweethearts - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "King Turko; Or, The Fairy Roses."
6 S-63: Sweethearts - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1875 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is George Honey. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "King Turko; Or, The Fairy Roses."
6 T-1: That Scotchman Again - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 T-2: Three Fast Men, The; Or, the Female Robinson Crusoe - 7.75 x 24 inch broadside for the performance in 1858.
6 T-3: Ticket of Leave Man - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1872 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is W.J. Florence.
6 T-4: Timour the Tartar - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
6 T-5: Tis Ill Playing with Edg'd Tools - 7.5 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at the Boston Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Loan of a Lover."
6 T-6: To Marry or Not to Marry - 9 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Paul Pry" ; "Fish Out Of Water."
6 T-7: Toodles, The - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Yankee Housekeeper" ; "Mischievous Annie."
6 T-8 : Tour de Nesle, La; Or, The Chamber of Death - 6 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at Liberty Hall. Featured performers are Harry Langdon and Annie Senter.
6 T-9: Town and Country - 5.75 x 20.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at Wallack's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Teacher Taught."
6 T-10: Trial by Jury - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1877 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "La Fille de M'Me Angot."
6 T-11: Trial by Jury - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1877 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Chilperic."
6 T-12: True Heart - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1889 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Yorke Stephens.
6 T-13: Two Loves and a Life - 6 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the People's Theatre, American Hall. Featured performer is Alice Placide Mann. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Country Cousins."
6 U-1: Uncle Isaac; Or, Hebrew Life in America - 9 x 25 inch broadside for the performance in 1881 at Pope's Theatre. Featured performer is Max Fehrmann.
6 U-2: Used Up - 7.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Golden Fleece; Or, Jason in Colchis and Medea in Corinth" ; "Patter vs Clatter."
6 U-3: Used Up - 8.25 x 19 inch undated broadside.
6 U-4: Used Up - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Matthews. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Critic; Or, A Tragedy Rehearsed."
6 V-1: Vampire, The; Or, The Spectre of Mount Snowden - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performer is Annie Senter. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Persecuted Dutchman."
6 V-2: Victims, The - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Married Life" ; "Turning the Tables."
6 V-3: Virginius; Or, The Roman Father - 6.5 x 19.25 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is H.W. Gossin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Fortune's Frolic; Or, The Ploughman Turned Lord."
6 V-4: Virginius - 9.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1854 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spitafields Weaver."
6 V-5: Virginius - 9 x 24 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at Niblo's Garden. Featured performer is Edwin Forrest.
6 V-6: Virginius - 7.25 x 21.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the National Theatre. Featured performer is Edwin Forrest.
6 V-7: Voyage to Europe - 7.25 x 18.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at Armory Hall, Boston.
6 W-1: Wedded not Wived - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is John Coleman."
6 W-2: Werner; Or, The Inheritance - 8.5 x 16.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1837 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Poor Soldier" ; "The Spitfire."
6 W-3: Werner; Or, The Inheritance - 8.75 x 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Little Adopted" ; "The King's Gardener."
6 W-4: Werner; Or, The Inheritance - 7.5 x 17.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Fish Out Of Water; Or, Clerkship and Cookery."
6 W-5: Wife, The; A Tale of Mantua - 7.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Match in the Dark" ; "His First Champagne."
6 W-6: Wife, The; A Tale of Mantua - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is G.V. Brooke. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Wizard of the Steel Castle."
6 W-7: Wild Horse, The; Or, Mazeppa the Child of the Desert - 7.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Timour the Tartar."
6 W-8: Wild Irish Girl - 7 x 21 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Wood's Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Selden Irwin.
6 W-9: Wild Oats - 7.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Featured performer is Paul Bedford. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Deeds of Dreadful Note" ; "Dobson and Co."
6 W-10: Wild Oats - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1871 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is E.L. Davenport. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Robert Macaire."
6 W-11: Willow Copse, The; Or, The Farmer's Daughter - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Annie Senter and J.C. Myers.
6 W-12: Willow Copse, The; Or, The Farmer's Daughter - 6 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Featured performers are Annie Senter and J.C. Myers.
6 W-13: Wizard Skift, The; Or, The Massacre of Scio - 6.25 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Boston Theatre. Featured performer is Marie Zoe. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Oldguard."
6 W-14: World Against Her, The - 10.25 x 29.25 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is Jennie Clegg.
6 W-15: World Against Her, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 W-16: World Against Her, The - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
6 W-17: Wreck of the Royal George, The; Or, The Seaman's Chest - 8 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at Davidge's Royal Surrey Theatre.
6 Y-1: Yankee in Cuba, The; Or, Tacon's Justice - 8 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the New Theatre, Alexandria. Featured performer is Yankee Locke. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Cherubusco; Or, The Retribution."
6 Y-2: Yellow Roses - 10 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1883 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wife's Secret."
6 Y-3: Yeoman's Daughter, The - 7.75 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Lovers of the Spirits" ; "The Miller and His Men."
6 Y-4: Young Folk's Concert; Or, Professor Fox's Musical and Patriotic Festival of Beauty - 6.25 x 17.75 inch undated broadside.
6 Y-5: Young Widow, The - 9.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the New Royalty Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Castle Grim" ; "Prince Amabel; Or, The Magic Roses."
6 Misc-1 : [broadside for various performances at the Baltimore Museum].
6 Misc-2: [Performance of impersonations by Madame Warton in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin].
6 Misc-3: [Promenade concert featuring Mons. Jullien's Band in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin].
6 Misc-4: [Six nights of concerts at the Boston Music Hall].
7 A-1: Adopted Child, The - 19.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Theatre Royal, Church Street. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Asmodeus; Or, The Little Devil's Share" ; "My aunt" ; "The Happy Man."
7 A-2: Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp - 17.5 x 18.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fool's Revenge."
7 A-3: Alexander the Great - 19.75 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Victoria Theatre.
7 A-4: Amateurs, The - 10.25 x 23 inch undated broadside. Featured performers are Frank and Eva Bennett.
7 A-5: Among the Breakers - 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1869 at the Royal Strand Theatre. Featured performer is John S. Clarke. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Toodles" ; "The Pilgrim of Love."
7 A-6: Anything for a Change - 19.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Court Beauties" ; "The Critic."
7 A-7: Armourer of Nantes - 17.25 x 22 inch undated broadside for the Royal English Opera, Covent Garden.
7 A-8: A.S.S. - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Fast Train, High Pressure, Express" ; "Trying it On" ; Une Fete Bretonne" ; "Used Up."
7 B-1: Bashful Irishman, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Road to Ruin" ; "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady."
7 B-2: Bamboozling - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Duke's Motto."
7 B-3: Battledoor and Shuttlecock; Or, Harlequin Trap, Bat, and Ball - 18.25 x 20.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Earl of Warwick."
7 B-4: Beauty and the Beast; Or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose - 18 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Delicate Ground; Or, Paris in 1793."
7 B-5: Betty Martin - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Our Wife; Or, The Rose of Amiens" ; "Six Months Ago" ; "An Atrocious Criminal."
7 B-6: Black Sheep - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Ici on Parle Francais" ; "Good for Nothing" ; "The Little Devil; Or, My Share."
7 B-7: Blow for Blow - 19.25 x 14.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1869 at the New Royal Globe Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Corsican Brothers; Or, The Troublesome Twins."
7 B-8: Bondman, The - 20.5 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Popping the Question" ; "The Waterman."
7 B-9: Breezy Time, A - 20.75 x 14.5 inch undated broadside.
7 B-10: Brutus & Caesar - 19.75 x 19 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Long Strike" ; "Tweedleton's Tail Coat."
7 B-11: Busy Body, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; "His Last Legs."
7 C-1: Cabinet Question, A - 19 x 19.5 inch undated broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are" ; "King O'Neil; Or, the Irish Brigade."
7 C-2: Caught in a Trap - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Victor and Hortense; Or, False Pride" ; "The Irish Attorney; Or, Galway Practice in 1770."
7 C-3: Caught in a Trap - 19.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Victor and Hortense; Or, False Pride" ; "The Love Chase."
7 C-4: Caught in a Trap - 18.75 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Money" ; "The Mill of Wyndyke; Or, The Capitulation."
7 C-5: Caught in a Trap - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Irish Attorney; Or, Galway Practice in 1770" ; "Nabob for an Hour."
7 C-6: Caught in a Trap - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Provoked Husband" ; "The White Horse of the Peppers" ; "The Happy Man."
7 C-7: Chevalier de St. George, The; Or, The Creole of St. Domingo - 19.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Royal Victoria Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Ingomar the Barbarian; Or, The Son of the Wilderness" ; "Ivanhoe; Or, The Black Knight and Isaac of York."
7 C-8: Cinderella - 19.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at Astley's. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "No Song No Supper."
7 C-9: Cirque National de Paris - 15.5 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
7 C-10: Corsican Brothers, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Royal Princess's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Wittikind and his Brothers; Or, The Seven Swan Princes and the Fair Melusine."
7 C-11: Court Beauties, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "King Charming; Or, The Blue Bird of Paradise."
7 C-12: Court Beauties, The - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Only a Clod" ; "King Charming; Or, The Blue Bird of Paradise."
7 C-13: Cure for the Heart-Ache, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Grandfather Whitehead" ; "The Bee and the Orange Tree; Or, The Four Wishes."
7 C-14: Cure for the Heart-Ache, A - 20 x 20 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Wife's Mother" ; "Who's the Composer" ; "Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures; Or, A Matrimonial Chapter."
7 C-15: Cymon and Iphigenia - 19.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Island of Jewels."
7 D-1: Dearer than Life - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the New Queen's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "La Vivandiere; Or, True to the Corps."
7 D-2: Delicate Ground - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at Astley's. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Hush-A-Bye Baby on the Tree Top; Or, Harlequin Fortunio, King Frog, Of Frog Island and the Magic Toys of Lowther Arcadia."
7 D-3: Devil's Son, The - 16.75 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1832 at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and Little Bo-Peep; Or, The Old Woman That Lived in a Shoe."
7 D-4: Doing My Uncle - 20 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the New Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "True to the Core."
7 E-1: Earthquake, The; Or, The Spectre of the Nile - 17 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1828 at the Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Magic Marrowbone; Or, Taffy Was A Welchman."
7 E-2: Effie Deans - 19.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and Mother Goose; Or, The Queen of Hearts and the Wonderful Tarts."
7 E-3: Elena Uberti - 19.25 x 15.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Featured performer is Adelaide Kemble.
7 E-4: Elena Uberti - 19.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Featured performer is Adelaide Kemble. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Guy, Earl of Warwick; Or, Harlequin and the Dun Cow."
7 E-5: Elves, The; Or, The Statue Bride - 12.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 at Laura Keene's New Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wicked Wife; Or, The Reign of Terror."
7 E-6: Enchantress, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Featured performer is Anna Thillon.
7 E-7: Evangeline - 20.75 x 14.5 inch undated broadside.
7 F-1: Fair Rosamond; Or, The Days of the Plantagenet - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1873 at Sanger's Grand National Amphitheatre.
7 F-2: Fate of Eugene Aram, The - 15 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1874 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Featured performer is Henry Irving. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Raising the Wind."
7 F-3: First Love; Or, The Slave Brother - 19.75 x 15 inch undated broadside for the performance at the New Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Apple Pie; Or, Harlequin Jack in the Box and The Little Boy Blue."
7 F-4: Flying Dutchman, The; Or, The Phantom Ship - 17 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1826 at the Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Eagle; Or, The Man in the Moon and his Wife."
7 F-5: Fortunate Isles, The; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Red of Ware."
7 F-6: Franklin the Convict; Or, The World's Ways and Life As It Is - 20 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1854 at the Royal Victoria Theatre.
7 F-7: Free Nights, The; Or, The Edict of Charlemagne - 7.25 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1825. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Roman Actor; Or, The Drama's Vindication" ; "'Twou'd Puzzle a Conjuror."
7 F-8: From Grave to Gay - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "My Wife's Bonnet."
7 F-9: From Grave to Gay - 16.75 x 26.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "My Wife's Bonnet."
7 F-10: From Grave to Gay - 16.75 x 26.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Petticoat Parliament; Or, Woman's Suffrage."
7 F-11: From Grave to Gay - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "Petticoat Parliament; Or, Woman's Suffrage."
8 G-1: Gasparone - 22 x 14 inch undated broadside for the performance at The Standard Theatre, New York City.
8 G-2: Grist to the Mill - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Fair One with the Golden Locks."
8 G-3: Grist to the Mill - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Fair One with the Golden Locks."
8 G-4: Guy Mannering; Or, The Gypsey's Prophecy - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "One Hour; Or, A Carnival Ball."
8 G-5: Guy Mannering; Or, The Gypsey's Prophecy - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "One Hour; Or, A Carnival Ball."
8 H-1: Hands Across the Sea - 21 x 14.5 inch undated broadside.
8 H-2: Head of the Family, The - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Black Sheep" ; "Anything for a Change."
8 H-3: Heart of Maryland, The - 20.25 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at Weiting Opera House, Syracuse, New York.
8 H-4: Hen and Chickens, The; Or, A Sign of Affection - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "Betty Martin."
8 H-5: Hen and Chickens, The; Or, A Sign of Affection - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "One Too Many For Him" ; "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "Betty Martin."
8 H-6: Henry Dunbar; Or, The Outcast - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Princess Primrose and the Four Pretty Princes."
8 H-7: He's A Lunatic - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the New Queen's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Double Marriage."
8 H-8: Hit and Miss; Or, All My Eye and Betty Martyn - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Woman of the World."
8 H-9: Home in the West; Or, The Refugee - 18.25 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Our Nelly" ; "My Daughter's Debut."
8 H-10: Hunchback, The - 20.25 x 20.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver; Or, Music for the Million."
8 H-11: Hunchback, The - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 H-12: Hypocrite, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Cure for the Heart-Ache" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 H-13: Hypocrite, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Cure for the Heart-Ache" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 I-1: Iron Chest, The - 20.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Royal Princess's Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Billy Taylor; Or, The Flying Dutchman and the King of Raritongo."
8 I-2: Iron Mask, The - 18.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1855 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Jane Shore" ; "Deeds, Not Words; Or, The Drooping Flower."
8 I-3: Island of Jewels, The - 17.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Practical Man" ; "Novelty Fair; Or, Hints for 1851."
8 J-1: Jane Shore - 15 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Hurlothrumbo; Or, The Mystic Caverns of the Metal Gnomes."
8 J-2: Jane Shore - 14.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Yellow Dwarf; Or, Harlequin and Queen Tartarina."
8 J-3: Jasper Langton; Or, A Duel to the Death - 19 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Sailor of France; Or, The Republicans of Brest" ; "The Water at Cremorne."
8 J-4: Jealous Wife, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "An Unprotected Female" ; "Diogenes and his Lantern; Or, A Hue and Cry After Honesty."
8 J-5: John Bull's Other Island - 11.25 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1909 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin.
8 K-1: Kathleen Mavourneen; Or, St. Patrick's Eve - 19.75 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Surrey Theatre. Featured performers are J.H. Cave, Asa Cushman, and R.H. Kitchen. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Wrecker's Fate; Or, The Pirate's Legacy" ; "The Dumb Man of Manchester."
8 K-2: King and I, The - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Lady of Lyons" ; "Who's the Composer."
8 K-3: King Rene's Daughter - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Alcestis, the Original Strong-Minded Woman" ; "An Unprotected Female" ; "Friend Waggles."
8 L-1: Lady of Lyons, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Spring and Autumn; Or, The Bride of Fifty" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 L-2: Lady of Lyons, The - 18 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Crotchet and Quaver; Or, Music for the Million."
8 L-3: Lady of Lyons, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Wife's Mother" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 L-4: Lady of Lyons, The - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; "A Cabinet Question."
8 L-5: Lancashire Lass, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Queen's Theatre, Long Acre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Lock-Up" ; "The Stranger."
8 L-6: Lavatar; Or, Not A Bad Judge - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Romantic Idea" ; "An Atrocious Criminal."
8 L-7: Lavatar; Or, Not A Bad Judge - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Comical Countess" ; "A Romantic Idea."
8 L-8: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-9: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-10: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-11: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-12: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-13: Legend of Florence, A - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
8 L-14: Liar, The - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Woodcock's Little Game" ; "Olympic Games."
8 L-15: Liar, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "If I Had £1,000 a Year" ; "The Two Puddifoots" ; "Betty Martin."
8 L-16: Lily of Killarney, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Royal English Opera, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Gulliver; Or, Giants and Dwarfs."
8 L-17: London Assurance - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Beauty and the Beast."
8 L-18: London Assurance - 19.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Invisible Prince; Or, The Island of Tranquil Delights."
8 L-19: London Assurance - 19.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Slight Mistakes" ; "A Roland For an Oliver."
8 L-20: London Assurance - 18.75 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Denouncer; Or, The Three Thieves of Marseilles."
8 L-21: London Assurance - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Faust and Marguerite; Or, The Devil's Draught."
8 L-22: London Assurance - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Faust and Marguerite; Or, The Devil's Draught."
8 L-23: Louise de Lignerolles; Or, A Lesson for Husbands - 17 x 12.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Race for a Rarity" ; "The Bayaderes" ; "Lions for a Lark; Or, The Beasts' Burletta" ; "The Blue Jackets; Or, Her Majesty's Service."
8 L-24: Louis the Eleventh - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1856 at the Royal Princess Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Victor Vanquished" ; "A Prince for an Hour."
8 L-25: Love Chase - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Used Up" ; "Fair One With the Golden Locks."
8 L-26: Love, Courtship and Marriage - 5 x 18.75 inch undated broadside.
8 L-27: Love for Love - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Road to Ruin."
8 L-28: Love's Devotion; Or, The Death of Douglas - 19 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1854 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin King Ugly Mug and My Ladye Lee of Old London Bridge."
8 L-29: Love's Martyr - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "High Life Below Stairs."
8 L-30: Lucky Hit, A - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Two Heads Are Better Than One" ; "Little Jack Horner; Or, Harlequin A.B.C. and the Enchanted Regions of Nursery Rhymes."
8 L-31: Lucky Stars - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1860. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Abbe Vaudreuil; Or, The Court of Louis XV" ; "A Tale of Two Cities."
8 M-1: Maiden Aunt, The - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Grandfather Whitehead" ; "Who's the Composer."
8 M-2: Maiden Aunt, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The White Horse of the Peppers" ; "Who's the Composer."
8 M-3: Maiden Aunt, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Miseries of Human Life" ; "A Cabinet Question" ; "How to Pay the Rent."
8 M-4: Maiden Aunt, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Railway Bubbles" ; "A Cabinet Question" ; "The Milliner's Holiday."
8 M-5: Marriage - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The School of Reform."
8 M-6: Married for Money - 19.25 x 19.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Nitocris!".
8 M-7: Mary White; Or, The Murder at the Old Tabbard - 17.25 x 21.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Royal Victoria Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Maid of Milan; Or, Home Sweet Home" ; "Angels and Lucifers."
8 M-8: Masks and Faces - 17.5 x 22.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
8 M-9: McSorley's Twins - 20.75 x 13.75 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is Bobby Gaylor.
8 M-10: Merry Monarch, The - 10.25 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1890 at the Globe Theatre. Featured performer is Francis Wilson.
8 M-11: Minute Gun at Sea, The - 19 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at Davidge's Royal Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Wallace: The Hero of Scotland."
8 M-12: Money - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Fair One with the Golden Locks."
8 M-13: Money - 20.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "High Life Below Stairs."
8 M-14: My Turn Next - 19.75 x 15 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the New Holborn Theatre Royal. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Flying Scud; Or, A Four Legged Fortune."
8 M-15: My Wife's Dentist - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Spring and Autumn; Or, The Bride at Fifty" ; "Suzanne" ; "The World of Dreams; Or, The Man in the Moon."
9 N-1: New Planet, The; Or, Harlequin out of Place - 19.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Love Chase."
9 N-2: New Way to Pay Old Debts, A - 18.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Rob Roy" ; "King Alfred the Great; Or, Harlequin History and the Enchanted Raven."
9 N-3: No! - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Dearest Mamma" ; "Faust and Marguerite; Or, The Devil's Draught" ; "A Quiet Family."
9 N-4: Norma - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Featured performer is Adelaide Kemble.
9 N-5: Norma - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Ransom" ; "The Milliner's Holiday."
9 N-6: Not a Bad Judge - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Golden Branch."
9 N-7: Not a Bad Judge - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Island of Jewels."
9 O-1: Old Heads and Young Hearts - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Patter versus Clatter" ; "The Thimble Rig."
9 O-2: Old Heads and Young Hearts - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Somebody Else" ; "Young England."
9 O-3: Old Heads and Young Hearts - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "Young England."
9 O-4: Old Heads and Young Hearts - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Golden Fleece" ; "Tom Noddy's Secret."
9 O-5: Olympic Games; Or, The Major, The Miner and the Cock-A-Doodle-Do - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Liar" ; "Patter versus Clatter."
9 O-6: One Too Many For Him - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Matthews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Woman of the World" ; "If I Had £1,000 a Year."
9 O-7: One Too Many For Him - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Matthews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Woman of the World" ; "If I Had £1,000 a Year."
9 O-8: Our New Governess - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Whittington and his Cat" ; "A Good Name."
9 O-9: Our Wife - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Liar" ; "The Critic" ; "Bett Martin."
9 P-1: Passion's Slave; Or, The Outcast Son - 19 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at Davidge's Royal Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Secret" ; "Giselle; Or, The Phantom Night-Dancers."
9 P-2: Pat-A-Cake, Pat-A-Cake, Baker's Man; Or, Harlequin Bah! Bah! Black Sheep, Have You Any Wool? - 19.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the New Great National Standard Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Waits; Or, A Christmas Story."
9 P-3: Paul Pry - 16.75 x 26.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "An Alarming Sacrifice" ; "A Conjugal Lesson" ; "My Precious Betsy."
9 P-4: Paul Pry - 19.75 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Domestic Economy" ; "La! Tempest! Ah!".
9 P-5: Paul Pry - 18 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Webster's Royal Red Book."
9 P-6: Peter Jenkins; Or, Fibbing For a Friend - 20 x 20.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Next Door" ; "A Good Name."
9 P-7: Pilot, The - 17 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1827 at the Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "23, John Street" ; "The Flying Dutchman."
9 Q-1: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Milliner's Holiday" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-2: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-3: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Milliner's Holiday" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-4: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Milliner's Holiday" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-5: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-6: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-7: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-8: Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
9 Q-9: Quid pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes - 20 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Milliner's Holiday" ; "The White Horse of the Peppers."
9 Q-10: Quits; Or, War Versus Law - 19.5 x 19.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Fille Mal Gardee" ; "Michel Et Christine" ; "L'Andalouse."
9 Q-11: Quits; Or, War Versus Law - 17.5 x 18.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "La Fille Mal Gardee" ; "Michel Et Christine" ; "L'Andalouse."
9 R-1: Richelieu; Or, The Conspiracy - 18.75 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Brothers" ; "Vilikins & His Dinah; Or, The Cup of Cold Pisen."
9 R-2: Rivals, The - 19.75 x 19.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "An Unprotected Female" ; "Diogenes and his Lantern; Or, A Hue and Cry After Honesty."
9 R-3: Rivals, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware."
9 R-4: Rivals, The - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Chaos is Come Again" ; "The Fortunate Isles; Or, The Triumphs of Britannia."
9 R-5: Robin Hood - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Last of the Pigtails."
9 R-6: Robinson Crusoe - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Manchester. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Second Thoughts."
9 R-7: Rob Roy - 20 x 24.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool. Featured performer is Walter Bentley.
9 R-8: Romantic Idea, A - 20 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Hold Your Tongue" ; "The Seven Champions of Christendom."
9 R-9: Rough Diamond, A - 17 x 26.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Watch & Ward" ; "A Happy Pair" ; "Whitebait At Greenwich."
9 S-1: Savannah, The - 19.75 x 20 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Smack for a Smack" ; "Le Roi Des Pierrots; Or, The Dansomanie."
9 S-2: School for Scandal, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware."
9 S-3: School for Scandal, The - 19 x 19.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Eton Boy" ; "Polkamania."
9 S-4: School for Scandal, The - 19.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware."
9 S-5: School for Scandal, The - 19.75 x 14.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin and the Merrie Devil of Edmonton; Or, The Great Bed of Ware."
9 S-6: School for Scandal, The - 19.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Suzanne" ; "Honest Thieves."
9 S-7: School for Scandal, The - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Slight Mistakes" ; "The Miller and His Men."
9 S-8: Scribner, H.H. - 20.5 x 14 inch undated broadside for the performance by the pianist.
9 S-9: Semiramide - 18.75 x 14.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Cousin Lambkin" ; "The Omnibus."
9 S-10: Serf, The; Or, Love Levels All - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Prince Camaralzaman; Or, The Fairies' Revenge."
9 S-11: Sergeant's Wife, The - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Apotheosis of the Chrysalis Amid the Fairy Ferns of Fancy" ; "A Tale of Two Cities."
9 S-12: Serve Him Right - 19.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "King Charming; Or, The Blue Bird of Paradise."
9 S-13: Sheep in Wolf's Clothing, A - 16.75 x 26.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Cleft Stick" ; "Box and Cox."
9 S-14: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Speed the Plough" ; "Young England."
9 S-15: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Speed the Plough" ; "Teddy the Tiler."
9 S-16: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Golden Fleece."
9 S-17: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Golden Fleece."
9 S-18: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Golden Fleece."
9 S-19: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Golden Fleece."
9 S-20: Sheriff of the County, The - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Little Devil" ; "The King and I."
9 S-21: She Stoops to Conquer - 15 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1848 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Harlequin Hurlothrumbo; Or, The Mystic Caverns of the Metal Gnomes."
9 S-22: Six Years After; Or, The Ticket-of-Leave Man's Wife - 20 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Spoiled Child" ; "The Nymph of the Wood."
9 S-23: Soldier's Daughter, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "One Hour; Or, a Carnival Ball" ; "The Bashful Irishman" ; "Mrs. Wiggins."
9 S-24: Somebody Else - 19 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "A Cure for the Heart-Ache" ; "The Old Soldier" ; "The King and I."
9 S-25: Spartacus; Or, The Roman Gladiator - 16.5 x 13.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1840 at Davidge's Royal Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Jane of the Hatchet; Or, Women of Beauvais" ; "The Larboard Fin."
9 S-26: Speed the Plough - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Sheriff of the County" ; "How to Pay the Rent."
9 S-27: Still Waters Run Deep - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Blue Beard Re-Paired."
9 S-28: Stranger, The - 19.25 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "King Alfred the Great; Or, Harlequin History and the Enchanted Raven."
9 S-29: Stranger, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The World of Dreams; Or, The Man in the Moon" ; "The Boarding School."
9 S-30: Stranger, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; "His Last Legs."
9 S-31: Sunshine Through the Clouds - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1854 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Camp at Chobham" ; "Patter Versus Clatter" ; "La Favorita" ; "Box and Cox" ; "Heads or Tails."
9 T-1: Taking By Storm - 19.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1852 at the Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Married Daughters and Young Husbands" ; "The Golden Fleece" ; "A House Out of Windows."
9 T-2: Tale of a Coat, The - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Dowager" ; "The Eton Boy" ; "Jack's Return from Canton."
9 T-3: Ten Thousand A Year - 16.25 x 13.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Maid of Honour."
9 T-4: Therese: The Orphan of Geneva - 18.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1846 at the Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Lisette."
9 T-5: Ticket of Leave Man, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Princess Primrose and the Four Pretty Princes."
9 T-6: Ticket of Leave Man, The - 16.75 x 26.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre.
9 T-7: Time Works Wonders - 19.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Old Soldier" ; "The King and I."
9 T-8 : Time Works Wonders - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures; Or, Matrimonial Chapter" ; "The Irish Attorney."
9 T-9: Tom Tom the Piper's Son - 19.75 x 14.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at Astley's.
9 T-10: Town and Country - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Suzanne" ; "The World of Dreams; Or, the Man in the Moon."
9 T-11: Trumpeter's Daughter, The; Or, Love and the Polka - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Quid Pro Quo; Or, The Day of Dupes" ; "Used Up."
9 T-12: Two Heads are Better than One - 19.75 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Somebody Else" ; "See Saw Margery Daw; Or, Harlequin Holiday and the Island of Ups and Downs."
9 T-13: Two Polts, The - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Rouge et Noir."
9 T-14: Tycoon, The; Or, Young America in Japan - 23.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1860 at Laura Keene's Theatre, New York. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Slasher and Crasher."
9 U-1: Used Up - 19.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Little Devil" ; "The Fair One With the Golden Locks."
9 U-2: Used Up - 19.75 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Grist to the Mill" ; "The Fair One With the Golden Locks."
9 V-1: Valmondi - 16.25 x 13.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1825 at the Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Who's Father to Me."
9 V-2: Victor and Hortense; Or, False Pride - 19.25 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1843 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Caught in a Trap" ; "The Irish Attorney; Or, Galway Practice in 1770."
9 W-1: Way to Get Married, The - 20 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1867 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performers are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "If I Had £1,000 A Year" ; "My Wife's Bonnet."
9 W-2: Way to Keep Him, The - 19 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "My Wife's Mother" ; A Cabinet of Questions."
9 W-3: Way to Keep Him, The - 19 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; A Cabinet of Questions."
9 W-4: What Will the World Say - 19.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Hans of Iceland."
9 W-5: Whiteboy, The - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1866 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Best Way" ; "To Parents and Guardians."
9 W-6: Who's the Composer - 19.25 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Hypocrite" ; "A Cabinet Question."
9 W-7: Who's Your Friend; Or, The Queensberry Fete - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Patter Versus Clatter" ; "The Fair One with the Golden Locks."
9 W-8: Who's Your Friend; Or, The Queensberry Fete - 19.5 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Used Up" ; "The Fair One with the Golden Locks."
9 W-9: Wives As They Were and Maids As They Are - 20 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Who's the Composer" ; "The King and I."
9 W-10: Wild Oats - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1841 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Suzanne" ; "St. Mary's Eve."
9 W-11: Woman of the World, The - 19.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1868 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Featured performer is Charles Mathews. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Hit and Miss; Or, All My Eye & Betty Martyn."
9 W-12: World of Dreams, The; Or, The Man in the Moon - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Hunchback."
9 W-13: World of Dreams, The; Or, The Man in the Moon - 19.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Child of the Wreck" ; "Spring & Autumn; Or, The Bride at Fifty."
9 Y-1: Yellow Dwarf, The; Or, Harlequin and the Queen Tartarina - 14.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Dublin. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "She Stoops to Conquer."
9 Misc-1 : [Seating chart for the Blanchard Opera House].
9 Misc-2: [A Grand concert of vocal and instrumental music in 1844 at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden].
10 B-1: Black Domino - 8.5 x 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, St. James's. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Slave" ; "A Day in Paris."
10 B-2: Blue Beard; Or, The Fairy Queen of Night - 19.25 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1857 in Norwich.
10 B-3: Boston Before the Fire, On Fire, After the Fire - 10.25 x 29 inch undated broadside. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Wild Will and Buffalo Bill, the Scouts of the Prairie" ; "Newburyport Ghost; Or, The Haunted School House."
10 B-4: Brigand, The - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Susan Hopley; Or, the Trials and Vicissitudes of a Servant Girl."
10 B-5: Bubbles - 14 x 40 inch undated broadside.
10 C-1: Camille; Or, the Fate of a Coquette - 6.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1858 at Perry's Metropolitan Theatre. Featured performer is Sallie St. Claire. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Spectre Bridegroom."
10 C-2: Card Castle; Or, Harlequin Tom Tiddler and the Fairy of the Golden Peacock - 9 x 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Douglas; Or, The Noble Shepherd."
10 C-3: City Madam, The - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Wedding Day" ; "The Turned Head."
10 C-4: Coldstream Guards - 9 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Zoological Gardens, Liverpool.
10 C-5: Corinne in Bijou - 11 x 28.25 inch undated broadside.
10 D-1: Darnaud the Denouncer - 5.75 x 18 inch undated broadside for the performance at Skinner Hall. Featured performer is Thos. J. Lanahan. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Family Jars" ; "The Virginia Mummy."
10 D-2: Devil's Ring, The; Or, Fire, Water, Earth and Air - 17 x 26 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
10 D-3: Devil's Violin and the Revolt of the Flowers, The - 15.25 x 25.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi.
10 D-4: Dreams of Delusion - 9.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Witch-Finder" ; "Perfection."
10 D-5: Drunkard, The; Or, The Fallen Saved - 7.5 x 23.5 inch undated broadside. Featured performer is C.W. Clarke.
10 D-6: Duke's Wager, The - 8.5 x 18.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1851 at the Royal Princess's Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Apartments" ; "The Alhambra; Or, The Three Beautiful Princesses."
10 E-1: East Lynn; Or, The Elopement - 9.5 x 23.5 inch undated broadside for the performance at Grover's Theatre. Featured performers are Lucille Western and Susan Denin.
10 E-2: Empire Specialty Company - 10.25 x 29 inch undated broadside for a series of performances by the Empire Specialty Company.
10 F-1: Faust & Marguerite - 19.75 x 29.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the New Adelphi Theatre. Featured performer is Montague Smythson. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Masquerade Ball" ; "The Bellringer of Notre Dame and Esmeralda the Dancing Girl of Paris."
10 F-2: Forty Thieves, The - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1887 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
10 F-3: Forty Thieves, The - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1888 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
10 F-4: Fortunes of Nigel, The; Or, King James I and his Times - 10.25 x 15.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1822 at the Surrey Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Solitary of Mount Savage; Or, The Fate of Charles the Bold."
10 F-5: Fritzstein - 14 x 41.75 inch undated broadside.
10 G-1: Gamester, The - 9.75 x 19.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance: "Guy Mannering; Or, The Gipsey's Prophecy."
10 G-2: George Barnwell; Or, The London Apprentice - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Blue Devils" ; "A Tale of the Sea; Or, The Wreckers of the Light."
10 G-3: Graceful Groupings - 9 x 24 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at Fisher's Music Hall. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Jocko, the Brazilian Ape."
10 H-1: Heart of Mid Lothian, The; Or, The Lilly of St. Leonords - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Shocking Events" ; "Sir Roger de Coverly; Or, The Old English Gentleman."
10 H-2: Hearts that Love Us; Or, Wild Deeds in Wild Scenes - 19.75 x 29.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Virginia Mummy."
10 H-3: Hidden Hand, The - 9.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Cupid and Psyche; Or, Beautiful as a Butterfly."
10 I-1: Isabelle; Or, A Woman's Life - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Illustrious Stranger; Or, Alive and Buried."
10 I-2: Isabelle; Or, A Woman's Life - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1847 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Black-Eyed Susan."
10 L-1: Lady of Lyons, The; Or, Love & Pride - 10 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Rivals."
10 L-2: Life in Alabama - 17 x 26.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1862 at the Great National Standard Theatre. Featured performer is Asa Cushman. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Ireland as it Was; Or, The Middleman" ; "Jumbo Jum."
10 L-3: Life in London - 8.75 x 16.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1821 at the Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Tag in Tribulation" ; "Harlequin Tatter'd and Torn; Or, The House that Jack Built."
10 L-4: Life of an Actress, The - 9.5 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells.
10 L-5: Life of a Fireman, The - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Featured performer is Asa Cushman. Also featured on the broadside are performances if: "The Gipsy Farmer; Or, The Orphan Found in a Haystack" ; "Keep of Castle Hall; Or, The King and the Freebooters."
10 L-6: Life of a Fireman, The - 16.75 x 26.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 at the Royal City of London Theatre. Featured performer is Asa Cushman. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Masquerade Ball; Or, Tickets on Tick" ; "Heart & Home; Or, the Outcast's Return."
10 L-7: London Assurance - 9.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1842 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Foreign Affairs" ; "Mrs. Wiggins."
10 L-8: Lyman, Walter - 6 x 18 inch undated broadside.
10 M-1: Maiden Aunt, The - 10.25 x 20.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Miseries of Human Life."
10 M-2: Man of the World, The - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Soldier's Daughter."
10 M-3: Married Life - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Turning the Tables" ; "X.Y.Z."
10 M-4: Masaniello; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portici and the Revolt of Naples - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1863 a the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Clar de Kitchen; Or, High Life in Old Virginia" ; "Hunger; Or, A Life in the Streets."
10 M-5: Maum Guinea; Or, Life Among the Slaves and the Pirates of the Mississippi - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1865 at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Scamps of London; Or, The Cross Roads of Life."
10 M-6: Murder of George Hallijohn in Abbey Wood, The - 10.75 x 30.75 inch undated broadside.
10 N-1: New Way to Pay Old Debts, A - 9.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Wine Does Wonders."
10 N-2: New Way to Pay Old Debts, A - 9.75 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Follies of a Day."
10 O-1: Octoroon; Or, Life in Louisiana - 20 x 30 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Theatre Royal, Marylebone. Featured performer is Asa Cushman. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Wedding Eve; Or, The Traitor's Track."
10 O-2: Othello - 9 x 18.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1862. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Wraith of the Lake; Or, Brownie of the Brig."
10 P-1: Poor of New York, The - 5.5 x 17.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1864 at the Metropolitan Theatre.
10 P-2: Pretty Girls of Stilberg, The - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Suzanne; Or, The Force of Love" ; "The Trumpeter's Daughter; Or, Love and the Polka."
10 R-1: Raymond & Agnes; Or, The Benighted Travellers and the Bleeding Nun of Lindenburg - 19.75 x 29.75 inch undated broadside for the performance at the New Adelphi Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Masquerade Ball" ; "The Pirate's Legacy; Or, The Wrecker's Fate."
10 R-2: Reed, German - 9.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance by Mr. and Mrs. German Reed's of their "popular illustrations" in 1859.
10 R-3: Rice's Beautiful Evangeline - 19.75 x 28 inch undated broadside.
10 R-4: Rip Van Winkle; Or, The Sleep of Twenty Years - 15.5 x 43 inch undated broadside. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
10 R-5: Road to Ruin, The - 9.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Strand Theatre. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Man-Trap."
10 R-6: Rob Roy; Or, Auld Lang Syne - 10 x 20 inch broadside for the performance in 1845 at the Royal Olympic Theatre.
10 R-7: Rogers Brothers in Central Park, The - 8.5 x 22.5 inch undated broadside.
10 R-8: Romeo & Juliet - 8.75 x 16.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1846. Also featured on the broadside is a performance of: "The King's Gardener; Or, Nipped in the Bud."
10 S-1: Sardanapalus, King of Assyria - 28.75 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1853 at the Royal Princess's Theatre.
10 S-2: Sinbad the Sailor - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1886 at the Alexandra Theatre, Liverpool.
10 S-3: Slave, The - 8.5 x 17 inch broadside for the performance in 1838 at the Theatre Royal, St. James. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "'Tis She; Or, The Maid, The Wife, and the Widow" ; "The Black Domino."
10 S-4: Sporting Duchess, The - 5.75 x 18 inch broadside for the performance in 1895 at the Academy of Music.
10 S-5: Stranger, The - 7 x 17.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1839. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "The Lord, The Tiger, and the Porter."
10 T-1: Taxi Girls, The - 12.5 x 36.25 inch undated broadside for the performance at the Empress Theatre.
10 T-2: Time Works Wonders - 7.25 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1849 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "John Jones, Mr. Goodluck."
10 T-3: Town and Country - 7.5 x 19.5 inch broadside for the performance in 1844 at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Purse; Or, The Benevolent Tar" ; "The Gentleman in Black."
10 T-4: Twelve Temptations, The - 29 x 21.25 inch undated broadside.
10 V-1: Vicar of Wakefield, The - 9.25 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1850 at the Strand Theatre.
10 W-1: Weird Woman of the Isles, The; Or, Scotland's Ancient Days - 9.5 x 19.25 inch broadside for the performance in 1824 at the Royal Coburg Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "The Rochester of France; Or, Half-an-Hour's Courtship" ; "The North Pole."
10 W-2: William & Susan; Or, All in the Downs - 9.75 x 19.75 inch broadside for the performance in 1859 at the Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells. Also included on the broadside is a performance of: "Two Heads Better Than One."
10 Y-1: Young Widow, The - 20 x 30 inch broadside for the performance in 1869 at the Royal Olympic Theatre. Also included on the broadside are performances of: "Love & Hate" ; "A Happy Pair" ; "A Base Imposter."
10 Misc-1: [Positive Tour Around America in 30 Days With Newton Beers' Lost in London Company].

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