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Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Sole lessee, Mr. Phelps : last night of performance ... The public is respectfully informed that a performance will take place at this theatre, on Saturday, August 17th, 1861, for the benefit of an artist, suffering from severe illness, Mr. Phelps, ... has most liberally granted the use of the theatre, free of charge, and his son, Mr. Edmund Phelps, has kindly consented to sustain two characters ... The entertainments will commence at a Quarter to seven, with four scenes from Sheridan Knowles' Play of The Hunchback ... A song, by Miss Fanny Josephs, To be followed by three scenes from The Love Chase ... In the course of the Evening, Mrs Stirling will deliver an address, written by Tom Taylor, Esq. to be followed by a selection of scenes from Shakespeare's comedy of As You Like It ... After which, the trial scene, from Shakespeare's play of The Merchant of Venice ... In the course of the evening, Miss Caroline Parkes will give her new entertainment song, entitled The Delights of the dance, After which two scenes from Sheridan's comedy of The School for Scandal ... The whole to conclude with Buckstone's favorite farce, entitled A Kiss in the dark ...
(Henry Pownceby, Steam Machine Printer, 1861)
Pascal Bruno, founded on Mr. Hook's novel, having been received most enthusiastically throughout, will be repeated every evening :Theatre Royal St. James's : This evening, Friday, December 29, 1837 will be performed a popular burletta, founded on and called Guy Mannering ... After which, the famous burletta written by Boz. entitled Is She his wife? or, Something singular! ... To conclude with ... an entirely new romantic burletta, in two acts, called Pascal Bruno, adapted from Mr. Theodore Hook's translation of the celebrated tale by Mons. Alexandre Dumas ... The Incidental music selected and composed by Mr. G. F. Stansbury, the dances arranged by Mrs. Wells, the scenery by Mr. Nicholls ... In the course of the piece, Mr. Wright and Madame Sala will dance their celebrated burlesque of The Cuchacha.
Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Under the management of Miss Catherine Lucette : Mr. Phelps every evening, for a limited number of nights ... On Saturday, Oct. 25th, & Monday and Tuesday following, the performances will commence with Shakspeare's tragedy, in five acts, of Othello, The Moor of Venice ... Characteristic pas seul by Miss Rosa Nathan : To conclude with ... a new comic drama, written by the author of Two heads are better than one, entitled Chinese romance ... On Wednesday, Oct. 29th, Shakspeare's play of The Merchant of Venice ... Mr. Phelps' farewell benefit, and last performance but one at this theatre, on Thursday evening, Nov. 6th ...
(Nassau Steam Press, W. S. Johnson & Co., 1862)
Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Lessees, Messrs. Greenwood and Phelps, under the management of Mr. Phelps : This evening, Thursday, Nov. 17, 1859 and Friday, November 18th, the performances will commence with Sheridan Knowles' comedy of The Love Chase ... To conclude with Charles Dance's comedy, in two acts, entitled Sons & Systems ... On Saturday ... Shakespeare's tragedy of Macbeth ... In consequence of the continued attraction on the performance of The Fool's Revenge, it will be repeated on Thursday and Friday next ...
(Henry Pownceby, Steam Machine Printer, 1859)
Bully Fag and Hero
(London: Jarrold and Sons, 1897)
Not for Sale: A Selection of Imaginative Pieces
(Adelaide, Australia: Sims & Elliott, 1869)
(New York : G.W. Dillingham, 1897)
A Mystic Mirage
'Twixt heaven and earth
(United Service Publishing Co., 1889)