On Wednesday evening, May 26, 1847, will be performed the comedy of "The School for Scandal" by the Hon. R. B. Sheridan
Mr. Wallack in his third appearance in three years, in "Ernestine; or, Wrong at Last", Wednesday, April 7, 1847
For the benefit of Mr. Fisher, "Wild Oats", on Saturday evening, June 5, 1847
Wednesday evening, October 27, will be performed the Indian tragedy of "Metamora; or, The Last of the Wampanoags", with Metamora by Mr. Forrest
Wednesday evening, May 27, will be performed the tragedy of "The Gamester". Mrs. Chas. Kean, late Miss Ellen Tree, and Mr. Charles Kean, their third appearance since their return from the South
For the benefit of Mrs. Seguin, and last appearance but one of Mrs. Seguin, Mr. Frazer, Mr. Delavanti and Mr. Seguin, "The Postillion of Lonjumeau", Monday evening, January 5, 1846
Mr. Marble in three plays, "Sam Patch in France", "Vermont Wool Dealer" and "Black Eye'd Susan", Wednesday, June 24
For the benefit of Mr. Dyott, "Eugene Aram; or, Saint Robert's Cave", Tuesday, May 25, 1847
Mr. Hackett, second night of his farewell engagement, as Sir John Falstaff in "The Merry Wives of Windsor", Wednesday evening, October 30
Mr. Macready, first night of his farewell engagement, in "Hamlet", Monday evening, September 16, 1844
Mrs. Hunt's Benefit, "The Trumpeter's Daughter", on Thursday evening, May 27, 1847
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
On Wednesday, August 14, 1833, will be performed by the French Opera Company, the celebrated opera in three acts, called "La Fiancee" ("The Betrothed")
Thursday evening, April 22, 1847, will be performed the comedy of "The Jealous Wife". Mrs. Mason will make her first appearance in comedy as Mrs. Oakley. Mr. Wheatley as Mr. Oakley
On Wednesday evening, March 7, will be performed for the fourth time in America, a new romantic opera in three acts, entitled "The Maid of Judah; or, The Knights Templars"
First night of "The Favorite", Monday, October 4, 1847
Mr. Marble in "Family Ties", Wednesday evening, June 17. To conclude with "The Backwoodsman; or, The Game Cock of the Wilderness"
Benefit of Mr. I. N. Carr, the favorite pantomimist. Saturday evening, July 16, 1859, commencing with the beautiful drama of "The Flying Dutchman"
Mr. Forrest as "Hamlet", Wednesday evening, January 21, 1857
Mrs. Mowatt's benefit, "Man and Wife", Friday, October 2