Benefit of Jennie Carroll. The Irish drama in three acts, "Arline: The Rose of Killarney" and the musical fairy extravaganza, "Beauty and the Beast"
Benefit of Mr. E. Lamb. Douglas Jerrold's drama, "The Rent Day", to conclude with the side-splitting farce, "Wanted! A Thousand Milliners"
This evening, the play in five acts, "Reaping the Tempest" and the Irish drama, "Brian O'Lynn"
Benefit of Mr. John Brougham. This evening, a comedy in two acts, "A Gentleman from Ireland" and Mr. Brougham's burlesque, "Pocahontas; or, The Gentle Savage"
Miss Fanny Herring in two pieces, assisted by the popular favorite Mr. E. Lamb. "Ireland As It Was" and "Sketches in India"
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 Mrs. D. P. Bowers in "Lady Audley's Secret", Friday, October 7, 1864 at Mrs. F. B. Conway's Park Theatre
For the benefit of Mr. Dyott, "Eugene Aram; or, Saint Robert's Cave", Tuesday, May 25, 1847
The very interesting drama by Miss Mary Watson, in four acts, "Held in Check", Monday evening, May 5, 1873 and during the week
Monster bill! Mrs. D. P. Bowers, assisted by Mr. J. C. McCollom, in the tragedy of five acts, "Jane Shore; or, The Unhappy Favorite"
Mrs. Hunt's Benefit, "The Trumpeter's Daughter", on Thursday evening, May 27, 1847
"Elizabeth", Monday evening, October 6, 1873, engagement of Mrs. F. W. Lander at F. B. Conway's Brooklyn Theatre
This evening, a comedy in two acts, "Among the Breakers" and a comedy in three acts, "A Widow Hunt"
For the benefit of Mr. G. Barrett, "The School for Scandal", Wednesday, May 26, 1847
Saturday evening, September 17, 1870, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Romeo and Juliet"
[Conway Tearle as Bill Walker and Mary Nash as Jenny Hill in "Major Barbara".]
Monday, May 4, 1874, the charming pantomimist and danseuse, Miss Marietta Ravel, in the grand military drama in four acts, entitled "Jartine"
Monday evening, June 2, will be presented for the first time, Bulwer's beautiful five-act play, entitled "Money"
Tuesday, May 25, 1852, benefit of the wonderful Caroline Rousset. The performance to commence with the vaudeville of "The Sentinel"
[Robert Keith as Charles Dickens and Mary Heberden as Marianne Leigh in "Romantic Mr. Dickens".]