Tuesday evening, September 28, will be played Coleman's comedy in five acts, of "The Poor Gentleman"
Saturday evening, October 11, will be produced for the fifth time, an original five-act comedy called “Nature’s Nobleman”, written expressly for this theater
Wednesday evening, November 2, will be played Shakespeare's comedy in five acts, of "Twelfth Night; or, What You Will"
Monday evening, May 17, will be played the celebrated drama in three acts, "David Copperfield"
Monday evening, April 30, will be played the very popular play in three acts, called "David Copperfield"
Monday, December 29, will be produced, first time for many years, the Dickens’ drama in three acts, “Oliver Twist; or, The Workhouse Boy’s Progress”
Wednesday evening, November 14, will be played the extremely popular comedy of “Still Water Runs Deep”
Friday, October 29, 1852, will be played for the first time an original piece, written expressly for Mr. Thompson, called "Old York and New York; or, the [...]uck Shooter"
Tuesday evening, February 10, will be played, O’Keefe’s comedy in five acts, “Wild Oats; or, the Strolling Players”
Saturday evening, November 10, will be played Dickens’ celebrated drama in three acts of “David Copperfield”
"The Poor Gentleman" and "Paul Pry", Monday evening, August 29, 1842
Monday evening, April 19, will be played Goldsmith's comedy in five acts, "She Stoops to Conquer; or, The Mistakes of a Night", with the original comic song "The Three Jolly Pigeons"
Wednesday evening, October 6, Mr. H. Placide in his unequaled character of “Grandfather Whitehead” and Mr. Burton in his popular performance of "The Toodles; or, the Farmer's Daughter"
Saturday evening, December 2, 1854, will be played the original and peculiar play in four acts, written by T. De Walden, Esq., expressly for Mr. Burton, “The Upper Ten and the Lower Twenty”
Monday, February 5, 1855, first night here of Mrs. Mowatt’s comedy of “Fashion”
Wednesday, February 28, 1855, will be played the favorite piece of “John Jones; or, The Most Unfortunate Man in the World”
Tuesday evening, December 16, 1856, will be played the drama of "Dombey and Son"
Thursday, March 23, first night of the fine old English comedy of “The Beaux Stratagem”
Thursday evening, June 14, will be acted Buckstone's drama, entitled "The Lost Son; or, Luke the Labourer"
Friday, December 18, 1857, Sheridan's comedy of "The Critic; or, A Tragedy Rehearsed" illustrated by the highest comic talent in the world. A cast that no other theater ever did or ever will equal