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M. Brewer

Louis Brcsn

Stephen Jannus

Howell Clark

G. Connor

Miss Mars ton Leigh

Miss Lavinia Shannon

Miss Kate Fletcher

Miss Josephine C. Bailey

Miss Burton



PARK THEATRE.



Jim, ttic :E?eEiiuaiii.



May 2.



By Sir Chakles Young.

First Performance in Boston.



James Ralston

Louis Percival

Baron Ilartfeld

Captain Redwood

Lord Drelincourt

Jack Ralston

Mr. Chapslone, Q^ C.

Dr. Pcttywise

Mr. Netherby, M. P.

George

John,

Nina, (Mrs. Ralston)

Agnci,

L;'.dy Dunscombe

Mrs. Chapslone



Frederic Robinson

II. M. Piit

Alexander Salvini

E. M. Holland

L. F. Massen

J. B. Booth, Jr.

C. P. Flockton

William Davidgc

HarrvJ. IloUidav

H. Milhvard

W.IIillsdorf

Agnes Booth

Miss Marie Burroughs

Miss May Broolclyn

Miss May Robson



BOSTON MUSEUM.
l>r. JoliyDl anoiiiiiiie'.'>¬Ђ DaiiSTliter



By David D. Lloyd.
August 29. First Performance in Boston.
Rev. John Van Derveer Alfred Hudson

Captain Dyke Charles IJarron

Major Baiton Frazcr Coulter

Hiram Brown George \V. Wilson

Lieut. Robert Van Derveer

Edgar L. Davenport
Peter Bogardus E. E. Rose

NichoIasOnderdonk IL P. Whittem ire

Jacobus Polheraus \V. Holliwood

A Soldier J. K. Applebee, Jr.

Molly Van Derveer Miss Isabella Evesson
Mrs. Kezia Beckman .Mrs. J. R. Vincent
Dorothy Beekman Miss Helen Dayne

Ann Stryker Miss Kate Ryan



BOSTON" THEATRE.



A Run of liiicli.



By Henry



Pettit and Augustus
Hariiis.

First Performance in
America.

Forrest Robinson

sV. H. Cr )inpton

J. F. Dean

Fred. ll. Ross

Frank Losee

D. J. Magainnis

Frank E. Lamb

Joe Bunnv, Sheriff's Officer W.J. Wheeler



September



Harry Copsley
John Copsley
Squire .Selby
George Selby
Capt. Arthur Trevor
Charlie Sandown
fim Ladybird



Phoebe Wood

Mrs. Willmore

Mrs. Seyraoi-.r

M;uid De Lacy

Parker

Mary

Lucy Byefield



L.iwyer Parsons
E. T. Chonn
Tud^ie Parks
Lord Earlswood
Hughey Hawthorne
The Colonel
Station Master
Tom Catchpole
Telegraph Oper.ator
Auctioneer
Railway Porter
Daisy Copsley
Mabel Selby
Aunt Mary



C. \. Wardc

R. S. Finley

C. H. .Miller

Russell Hunting

R.C. Varian

Waller Penniman

W. A. Carl

F. L. Jameison

W. K. Sylvester

S. E. Fredericks

J. W. Taylor

Miss Minnie Radcliffe

Miss Lillian Lee

Mrs. W. G. Jones



Miss Rosa France
Miss Florence Robinson
Miss May Merrick
Miss Editli Clinton
Miss Kamline Beekinan
Miss Rae Harrison
Miss Grace Thorae



BOSTON MUSEUM.



The Red liamp.



By W. Outram Tristram.

September 19. First Performance in

America.
P.aul Demetrius Charles Barron

General MoraKoff Alfred Hudson

Allen Villiers William Seymour

Prince Alexis Valerian

Edgar L. Davenport



Ivan Zazzulic

Kcrtch

Count Bohrenheira

Turgan

Rheinveck

Tolstoi

Officer of Police

Servant



Frazcr Coulter

C. E. Boardinan

J. Burrows

Boyd Putnam

E. E. Rose

P. Whittemore

J. Thompson

J. K. Applebee, Jr.



H.



Princess Claudia Morakoff

Miss Annie Clarkp
Olga Morakoflf Miss Isabelle Evesson

Felise Miss Annie Chester

Madame Dannenberg Miss Kale Ryan

Countess Voelcker Miss Grace P. Atwell



BOSTON MUSEUM.



Sopliia.



By Robert Buchanan.

Founded on Fielding's novel, " Torn

Jones."

First Performance in Boston.

Alfred Hudson

William Seymour

Edgar L. Davenport

Chas. Barron

y. Nolan

H. P. Wliittemore

J. Burrows

Geo. W. Wils


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