For the benefit of Mr. W. H. Williams, Tuesday evening, November 30, will be performed the comedy of "London Assurance"
Monday evening, December 7, 1846, the performance will commence with the petite comedy of "Chaos Is Come Again"
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"
For the benefit of Mrs. Austin and her last appearance. Monday evening, March 7, 1831, will be performed the comic opera of "Cinderella; or, The Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper"
Tuesday evening, November 11, 1845, will be performed the tragedy of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, with the whole of original music by Matthew Locke
Wednesday evening, March 4, will performed the comedy of "The Provoked Husband; or, A Journey to London" by Vanbrugh & Cibber
For the benefit of Miss Ellen Tree, "Twelfth Night; or, What You Will", on Friday evening, April 14
Last night but one of the engagement of Miss Ellen Tree. Wednesday evening, April 12, will be performed the comedy of "Much Ado About Nothing"
Wednesday evening, October 27, will be performed the Indian tragedy of "Metamora; or, The Last of the Wampanoags", with Metamora by Mr. Forrest
For the benefit of Miss Clifton on which occasion Madame Lecomte will appear. On Friday evening, December 15, will be performed the tragedy of "Venice Preserved"
Mr. Rice's benefit, and last night of his engagement. Monday evening, August 12, 1833, the grand spectacle in three acts, "Mazeppa; or, The Wild Horse of Ukraine"
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
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
Mr. C. Kean, of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, will make his second appearance in America as Sir Giles Overreach, in Massinger's play of "A New Way to Pay Old Debts", Friday, September 3, 1830
Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler for the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Monday evening, June 27, the entertainments will commence with the second act of "La Tarentule"
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"
On Monday evening, June 6, will be performed the opera of "Fra Diavolo"
For the benefit of Mr. Power. Wednesday evening, March 30, will be performed the comedy of "Etiquette Run Mad; or, A Wife For a Blunder"
For the benefit of Mr. Sinclair, and his last appearance, prior to his departure for Boston, "The National Guard; or, Bride or No Bride", on Friday evening, April 6
Tuesday evening, September 20, 1842, will be performed the comedy of "Wild Oats"