“The Pirates of the Mississippi” and “Po-ca-hon-tas; or, The Gentle Savage”, Friday evening, August 8, 1856
This evening, a comedy in two acts, "Among the Breakers" and a comedy in three acts, "A Widow Hunt"
Benefit of Jennie Carroll. The Irish drama in three acts, "Arline: The Rose of Killarney" and the musical fairy extravaganza, "Beauty and the Beast"
Brougham’s Bowery Theatre. Incomparable bill! Stay away if you can. Thursday evening, October 9, 1856, “Dred; or, The Dismal Swamp” and “Po-ca-hon-tas; or, The Gentle Savage”
The distinguished and most popular actor, Mr. Dominick Murray, and the accomplished artiste, Miss Josephine Fiddes, in a play in three acts, "The Golden Bubble; or, A Change of Fortune"
Benefit of Mr. E. Lamb. Douglas Jerrold's drama, "The Rent Day", to conclude with the side-splitting farce, "Wanted! A Thousand Milliners"
Benefit of Mrs. D. P. Bowers in "Lady Audley's Secret", Friday, October 7, 1864 at Mrs. F. B. Conway's Park Theatre
Monster bill! Mrs. D. P. Bowers, assisted by Mr. J. C. McCollom, in the tragedy of five acts, "Jane Shore; or, The Unhappy Favorite"
This evening, the play in five acts, "Reaping the Tempest" and the Irish drama, "Brian O'Lynn"
"Elizabeth", Monday evening, October 6, 1873, engagement of Mrs. F. W. Lander at F. B. Conway's Brooklyn Theatre
First appearance on any stage of Miss Minnie Conway. This evening, the opera "The Daughter of the Regiment"
Miss Fanny Herring in two pieces, assisted by the popular favorite Mr. E. Lamb. "Ireland As It Was" and "Sketches in India"
Benefit of Mr. John Brougham and his last night. Saturday, January 23, will be played the drama in three acts, by Planche, called "A Day of Reckoning"
Benefit of Mr. Blake. "The Game of Life" and "Who Speaks First?", Saturday evening, April 25
Saturday evening, March 28, 1857, will be presented a new and interesting drama in three acts, entitled "Claude Loraine; or, The Peasant, the Libertine and the Brigand"
Tuesday evening, February 10, 1857, will be performed for the second time in New York, J. B. Howe's great drama in four acts, entitled "The British Slave; or, Seven Years of a Soldier's Life"
Benefit of Mr. Burton. Saturday, January 30, the comedy in five acts, "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
Monday evening, June 26, 1854, a new local drama in two acts, written by H. J. Conway, author of "Uncle Pat's Cabin", expressly for Mrs. B. Williams, entitled "Dick the Newsboy; or, Young America"
Incomparable bill! Look at it and stay away if you can. Wednesday evening, October 8, 1856, the performances will commence with an adaptation of "Dred; or, The Dismal Swamp" in three acts
Grand dramatic jubilee benefit tendered by his professional associates and friends to Mr. C. W. Clarke on this Wednesday, June 2, afternoon and evening