New York Herald Job OfficeMonday and Tuesday evenings, January 26 and 27, 1663 , the operatic drama in three acts, "The Pet of the Petticoats"
unknownWednesday evening, February 3, 1864, the performances will commence with the new original comedy in two acts, "A Bull in a China Shop"
unknownGreat bill tonight for the benefit of Mr. Walcot. Friday, February 10, 1854, Poole's charming comedietta, "A Soldier's Courtship"
unknownTuesday evening, March 15, 1864, the new comedy in three acts, entitled "Taming a Butterfly"
Clarry & ReillyThis Friday evening, November 3, 1871, will be presented for the fifth time in many years, Mrs. Centlivre's admirable comedy, "The Busybody"
Byron Company (New York, N.Y.)Plays, "The Amazons". [Mrs. Charles Walcot.]
unknown"The Fairy Spell; or, The Talisman of Fate", a new romantic operatic spectacle and drama in five acts, Wednesday evening, January 22, 1840
Clarry & ReillyWednesday evening, November 22, 1865, "The Miseries of Human Life" and "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood"
Clarry & ReillyThursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"
unknown"The Seven Sisters", tonight and every night
Clarry & ReillySaturday evening, February 24, 1866, the performance will commence with (for the last time) "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Clarry & ReillyMonday evening, May 21, 1866, a new drama founded on the novel by Charles Dickens, by Mr. George Fawcett Rowe, who will appear as Wilkins Micawber, in "Pages From the History of David Copperfield"
Clarry & ReillyFirst appearance this season of Mr. Lester Wallack in his own five-act drama, "Rosedale", Monday evening, November 13, 1871
unknownFriday, March 27, 1863, the elegant one-act comedy by Planche, "Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
unknownGrand complimentary testimonial to Mr. Dan Bryant, Thursday evening, May 19, 1864. The performance will commence with the beautiful little drama in one act, of "The Old Guard"
unknownBenefit of Mrs. Clara Jennings, never acted here, in the original three-act drama by Palgrave Simpson, "Second Love", Wednesday, March 21, 1866
Clarry & ReillySaturday evening, March 31, 1866, second night in New York of a new comedy in two acts, "Woodcock's Little Game"
unknownMitchell's Olympic Theatre. First night in America of a new farce by J. R. Planche, "Hold Your Tongue", Monday evening, December 24, 1849
New York Herald Job Office"Diane; or, Hands Not Hearts", Tuesday evening, May 13, 1856
Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving EstablishmentFriday evening, November 6, 1874, Mr. Lester Wallack's and Mr. Pierrepont Edwards' adaptation from Octave Feuillet's great drama, "The Romance of a Poor Young Man"