INDEX
N.B. For titles of operas, pantomines, etc., (indexed in italics) consult also the Tables A-J
Abbot, 141
Abroad and at home, 105
"Accompaniments by" (explanation of the term), 71
Acis et Galathée, 208
Actors, singers as, 116
" Adams and Liberty", 160
" Adams and Washington," 145
Adcock, 22
Admission, price of. See Tickets.
Adopted Child, 105, 107, 108, 160, 189, 191
Advance notices, 33, 160, 190
Advertisers and criticism, 166
Advertising, 34
Adventures of Harlequin and Scaramouch, 11, 12
Agreeable Surprise, The, 80, 105, 111, 158, 160, 164, 187, 189, 195
Albany, N. Y., 66
Alexandria, Va., 191
Alexis and (et) Justine, 209
Alfred, 28
Algiers, charity performance for American prisoners in, 204
Allen, 66
Allen, N. H., 152
Allyn, 29, 37
Alonso and Imogen, 128
L'Amant statue, 207
Amateurs in opera and drama, 11, 18, 24, 25, 150, 165, 188, 192, 193, 209, 210
America Discovered, 111
America's Independence, 164
American Company, The, 19, 33, 34, 60
American Heroine, 209
American Independence, 186
American operas, etc., 39, 83, 96, 98, 99, 100
Americania and Elutheria, 179
Americanization of plays, etc., 79, 128
André, Major, 53
Andrews, 168
Anglo-French Company, 172
Animated Statue, 105
Animation and Death of Harlequin, 63
Annapolis, Md., 18, 30, 45, 46, 47, 49, 59, 60, 72, 76, 115, 163, 194
Annette et Lubin, 206
Anonymous Disguises, 205
Anti-esthetic tendencies, 94, 95
Apotheosis of Franklin, 179
Archers, The, 99
Arianne (abandonnée) dans l'ϙ + ̂sle de Naxos, 201
Arne, T. A., 28, 34, 36, 37, 38, 43, 44, 68, 79, 101, 127, 186
Arnold, S., 41, 79, 148, 150, 173, 191
Artaxerxes, 34
Arthur and Emmeline, 94
"As Chloe came," 23
Ashton, 87, 188
Aston, T., 5
Audiences, behavior of, etc., 25, 26, 48, 119, 120, 121, 138, 185
Audin, 179,217
Audinot, 199
Augusta, Ga., 184
Baker, 141
Ball, after opera, 199
Ballet, 214
Ballet des Provençaux, 208
Baltimore, Md., 52, 57, 60, 72, 76, 123, 162-166, 199, 213
Banditti, The (same as the Castle of Andalusia)
Barrett, 144, 146, 148
Barrett and Harper, 144, 148
Barthélemon, 80
Bartlett, 141, 142, 176, 188, 192
Barton, A., 39
Bateman, 14
Bates, 117
Battle of Hexham, 111, 148, 151, 159
Battle of Trenton, 128
Baudron, 208
Bear Hunters, 135
Beaufort, 199
Becceley, 22

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