This well known of amusement, will after a lapse of 32 years, be reopened to the Public, on board. Charles II
Captain Henry Kellett, C.B.
[...] when the Committee of management, trust for a continuance of that patronage so liberally showed[...]
The Entertainments for the seamen will commence on Tuesday, the 23rd of November 1852: when the Officers will perform the historical, and much admired Comedy of
Edward, (a Royal Page)
F.J. Krabbé Esq.
G.S. Nares Esq.
Mary ( incognito niece of Rochester)
G.F. McDougall Esq.
Meanwhile the song of ‘Dick Turpin’, (in character), and a Hornpipe by Messrs. Smith and Bainbridge of H.M.S Intrepid To conclude by the following of the Ship’s Company sustaining the characters in the laughable FARCE of Who Speaks First?
Mr. Ernest Militant
Sergeant Hobbs, R.M
Captain Charles - Mr. Blackwell
Butler - Mr. Joy
Mrs Ernest Militant
The office of Prompter, kindle undertaken by lieutenant Hamilton. The Scenic arrangements, under the management of Mr William Dean. A talented Band will be in attendance. Doors open at six o’clock to commence at half after six precisely. Melville Island Press