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"Light May the Boat Row".
French Company of the New-Orleans Theatre, "La Fete du Village Voisin"
Welcome to Charles Dickens. The Boz Ball.
Park Row [Park Avenue & 42nd Street to Park Row]
Street Views No. 1. Park Row.
Park Theatre, New York.
Old Park Theatre.
Third night of Mr. Wood's engagement. On Monday evening, September 17, 1810, will be presented the comedy, "The Wheel of Fortune"
Mr. Dwyer is engaged for six nights. Mr. Dwyer's second night, on Wednesday, May 28, 1811, the celebrated comedy of "Laugh When You Can"
The new play, in five acts, "The Curfew", will be repeated on Wednesday evening, March 9
For the benefit of Mr. Giubilei, "The Love Spell; or, The Mountebank of Ravenna", Friday evening, March 6, 1840
"Guy Mannering; or, The Gipsy's Prophecy", Saturday evening, November 16
Mr. Macready, first night of his farewell engagement, in "Hamlet", Monday evening, September 16, 1844
Miss C. Fisher in "The Merchant of Venice", Wednesday evening, December 19, 1827
For the benefit of Miss Ellen Tree, "Twelfth Night; or, What You Will", on Friday evening, April 14
Mrs. Shaw and Mr. H. Placide in "Edith; or, Dealings with the Firm of Dombey & Son", Monday evening, November 20, 1848
Last night but two of the engagement of Miss E. Tree, "Much Ado About Nothing", on Tuesday evening, October 24
Military and Civic Ball. Washington's Birthday
Broadway - City Hall Park [Broadway & City Hall to Broadway & Mail Street]
Old Park Theatre New York, 1798-1848.
View of City Hall Park, Park Theatre, Broadway & Chatham St, & c. 1822.
Fifth night of the engagement of Miss Ellen Tree, "Much Ado About Nothing", on Wednesday, April 5
Thursday evening, December 18, 1840, the performance will commence with the infant minstrels, the Masters Hughes, who will appear in part the first of one of their favorite concerts
Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler for the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Monday evening, June 27, the entertainments will commence with the second act of "La Tarentule"
"The Poor Gentleman" and "Paul Pry", Monday evening, August 29, 1842
Mr. Marble in three plays, "Sam Patch in France", "Vermont Wool Dealer" and "Black Eye'd Susan", Wednesday, June 24
Mrs. Seguin, Mr. Frazer and Mr. Seguin in "Le Brasseur de Preston", Monday evening, March 23
First night of "The Favorite", Monday, October 4, 1847
Wednesday evening, July 16, will be performed for the first time in this city “La Juive” (“The Jewess”), a grand opera in five acts with words by Scribe and music by Halevy
Mr. Marble in "Family Ties", Wednesday evening, June 17. To conclude with "The Backwoodsman; or, The Game Cock of the Wilderness"
Park, New York, 1827
"The Dumb Belle" on Saturday evening, May 23, 1835
Mr. Wallack in his third appearance in three years, in "Ernestine; or, Wrong at Last", Wednesday, April 7, 1847
For the benefit of Mr. Dyott, "Eugene Aram; or, Saint Robert's Cave", Tuesday, May 25, 1847
Mr. Marble as Josh Sims in "Family Ties" and as Lot in "Hue and Cry", Tuesday, June 23
"Fashion" and "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
"Macbeth" for the benefit of Miss Cushman with Mr. C. Kean and Mrs. Fitzwilliam, May 7, 1840
For the eighth time in New-York, "What Will the World Say?", on Saturday evening, January 15
Monday evening, October 12, will be performed for the first time on any stage, a play in five acts, entitled "The Wife's Secret"
For the benefit of Mr. Fisher, "Wild Oats", on Saturday evening, June 5, 1847
"The Suspicious Husband", "El Jaleo de Xeres", "Bombastes Furioso" and "Deaf As a Post"
Mrs. Hunt's Benefit, "The Trumpeter's Daughter", on Thursday evening, May 27, 1847
Mr. Anderson will appear in "The Robbers", Monday, May 10, 1847
For the benefit of Mr. G. Barrett, "The School for Scandal", Wednesday, May 26, 1847
For the benefit of Miss White, the opera, "Inkle and Yarico", Monday evening, June 16, 1806
New Theatre. Morton's celebrated play, "Columbus; or, The Discovery of America" will be presented on Friday evening, December 2, 1808