The wonderful Ravels will appear tonight with Mlle. Robert and Young Hengler in a grand ballet, la corde tendue and "Asphodel; or, the Magic Pen", Tuesday, September 2, 1856
John Sefton's benefit. Only appearance on the same evening of the Ravel Family, 25 in number, and Mr. Burton, who will sustain his great character of Mr. Fright, Wednesday, January 7, 1852
Miss Emma Stanley's benefit will take place this Thursday evening, July 24, on which occasion she will appear in "The Seven Ages of Woman"
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"
This evening, Wednesday, January 15, 1851, for the benefit of Mr. Hadaway, the distinguished comedian of this establishment, will be performed a feast of comedy, to begin with "The Comedy of Errors"
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
Saturday evening, September 12, 1863, will be performed for the 11th time in this city, an entirely new drama in four acts by John Brougham, "The Mystery of Audley Court"
Wednesday, October 19, 1864, will be performed for the first time in two years, Bulwer's celebrated five-act play, "The Lady of Lyons; or, Love and Pride"
On Wednesday evening, May 26, 1847, will be performed the comedy of "The School for Scandal" by the Hon. R. B. Sheridan
Thursday evening, February 5, 1857, will be performed for the first time in New York, an entirely new and elegant ballet, "Rose and Papillon", composed and produced by Mlle. Yrca Mathias
Monday, January 29, 1866, will be given for the second time in two years, Sheridan's sterling comedy of "The Rivals; or, A Trip to Bath"
Wednesday evening, May 30, 1866, first benefit of Mr. M. L. Sutton, treasurer, on which occasion will be presented the new romantic drama in four acts, "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Friday evening, February 20, 1857, will be performed for the fifth time a local drama in three acts by J. B. Howe, entitled "Uncle Sam; or, The Manic of the Tombs"
Tuesday evening, January 16, 1855, will be performed the grand opera and fairy spectacle of "Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper"
Benefit of Mrs. Fitzwilliam and her last appearance prior to her departure for Charleston. Friday evening, February 14, 1840, will be performed the drama of "The Heart of Midlothian"
Friday evening, June 21, 1861, the performances will commence with the fairy spectacle in three acts, of "O'Flanigan and the Fairies"
Monday evening, October 12, will be performed for the first time on any stage, a play in five acts, entitled "The Wife's Secret"
Monday evening, and every evening until further notice, will be performed C. M. Walcott's extravaganza of "Hi-A-Wa-Tha; or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Waters"
Wednesday evening, December 24, 1845, will be performed for the 43rd time, a new grand opera in three acts, the music by Balfe, entitled "The Bohemian Girl", produced originally at Drury Lane Theatre
Wednesday evening, May 20, 1857, will be presented for the third time, the new historical drama in three acts, written by Mr. R. Johnston, entitled "Jacobe Leisler; or, New York in 1691"