Mathews, Charles James

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referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XV (ff. 566). July-Sept. 1826, except art. 7 (Sept. 1825). (1) 'Lying made Easy'. ff. 2-21. (2) 'Poor Relations or who's to inherit?' ff. 22-58 b. (3) 'Before Breakfast', by R. B. Peake. ff. 59-91 b. (4) 'Peter Smink or... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXV (ff. 910). July-Oct. 1850. (1) 'The Musician's Daughter or the Lovers of Heidelburg', by J. Courtney. ff. 2-29. (2) ['L'Ebrea' al. 'The Jewess'], by P. Giannone. Italian, with English translation. Printed [1850]. f... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CVIII (ff. 1138). Jan.-Feb. 1844. (1) 'Josephine or the Child of the Regiment' ('Josephine or the Fortune of War'), by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 2-24. (2) 'Mary Graham or a Tale of Sorrow!' altered from 'The Horrors in Winte... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIV (ff. 1113). Oct.-Dec. 1847 (see also 43007). (1) 'Une Fille Terrible', by E. Deligny. French. Printed (1846). ff. 2-13b. (2) 'Le Chef-d'OEuvre Inconnu', by C. Lafont. French. Printed (n.d.). ff. 14-25 b. (3) 'Fre... British Library
creatorOf 'Paul Pry, married and settled', farce in one act by C. J. Mathews. Licence sent 2 October 1861 for performance at the Haymarket on 3 October. Cover signed Thoms. T. Pugh, under-prompter. MS written in more than one hand with loose-leaf insert an... British Library
creatorOf British Records Association Collection. Vol. V (ff. 287). 1. ff. 1-125. General correspondence; 1860-1874, n.d. Selectively indexed. 2. ff. 126-158. Family correspondence; 1779-1808. 3. ff. 159-224. Letters to William Charles Macready, actor; 1838-18..., 1779-1874 British Library
creatorOf Vol. XXXVIII (ff. 179). 1818-1834.includes:ff. 1, 116 General Sir George Murray, GCB: Letters to Sir J. W. Gordon: 1807-1830. ff. 2, 11 Major-General Sir Neil Campbell, d.1827: Letters, etc., to Sir J. W. Gordon: 1809-1818. f. 7 John Sanders, RA: L..., 1818-1834 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, signatures, etc.; 1830-1878, n.d. The letters are taken mainly from correspondence of Thomas Sansom (d. 1872), of the Custom House, Liverpool (and later of Newcastle), Fellow of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh and ..., 1830-1878 British Library
creatorOf British Records Association Collection. Vol. IV (ff. 329). General Correspondence; aft. 1810-1858, n.d. Selectively indexed.includes:ff. 11-14b, 20, 26-31b, 36 Alexandre Bravo, of Kingston, Jamaica: Letters to T. J. Serle,: 1812-1816.ff. 13-15b, 21... British Library
creatorOf Mr and Mrs Charles Mathews "At home", entertainment in two parts with printed programme attached. Licence sent 25 November 1861 for performance at Her Majesty's Concert Room. Programme printed by the Nassau Steam Press. Not listed in Nicoll. Des... British Library
referencedIn Correspondence of Leigh Hunt; 1807-1859. Paper; ff. 363.includes:ff. 2, 4, 8, 9 John Hunt, journalist: Letters to, from C. Brown: 1825.: Drafts. ff. 2, 4, 8, 9 Charles Armitage Brown: Letters to J. Hunt: 1825.: Drafts. f. 6 Mary Sabilla Novello, wi..., 1807-1859 British Library
referencedIn Albert Stephens Borgman autograph collection, 1600-1950. Houghton Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXIV (ff. 1043). Sept.-Oct. 1844. (1) 'The Lilly of the Valley or the Dumb Boy of the Mill'. ff. 2-56. (2) 'Mother and Son!'. ff. 57-132. (3) 'Outgeneraled or a Hint to Bachelors' al. 'A Leaf for Bachelors'. ff. 133-149... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS of sovereigns and noblemen, actors, artists, and authors; arranged in each class, according to the nationalities of the writers, under the beads of England, Flanders, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and th..., 16th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf 'The savannah', drama in five acts by C. J. Mathews. Licence sent 28 February 1861 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Signed E. T. Smith, lessee. MS written in more than one hand. Adapted from the French of 'Anicet-Bourgeois' (i.e... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CI (ff. 973). Oct.-Dec. 1842. (1) 'Twankey and Son'. ff. 2-83. (2) 'Anthony and Cleopatra', by C. Selby. ff. 84-109. (3) 'The Belle of the Hotel or American Sketches', by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 110 b, 127 are autograph. f... British Library
creatorOf 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathew's entertainment', entertainment in two parts. Licence sent 17 May 1862 for performance at the Concert Room of Her Majesty's Theatre. Titles of separate parts listed in LCO Day Book Add. 52703 as "1. 'My wife and I', 2.... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXVII (ff. 795). July-Oct. 1835. (1) 'The Covenanters' altered from 'The Trooper or the Lowther Mountains', by T. J. Dibdin. ff. 2-26 b. (2) 'La Lectrice ou une Folie de Jeune Homme', by J. F. A. Bayard. French. Printed... British Library
creatorOf MCCRIMMON COLLECTION. Vol. VII (ff. viii+222). Album of letters from prominent people, addressed chiefly to Sir Antonio Panizzi, Principal Librarian of the British Museum 1856-1866, and to Sergeant John Humffreys Parry, his family and associates; 182..., 1827-1881 British Library
creatorOf Play by Charles James Mathews, actor and dramatist; submitted: 1875: Partly incomplete, 1875 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LVIII (ff. 740). May-July 1833. (1) 'The Prescription or a Cure for Hysterics'. ff. 1-45. (2) 'The Mummy', by W. B. Bernard. ff. 46-65. (3) 'Paddy Carey or the Boy of Clogheen', by W. G. T. Power. ff. 66-78 b. (4) 'Fiel... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XLIX (ff. 811). Oct.-Dec. 1831 (see also 42893, art. 3). (1) 'Gervase Skinner'. ff. 1-72. (2) 'Hyder Ali or the Lions of Mysore', by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 73-94. (3) 'The Love Charm or the Village Coquette', by J. R. Pla... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXI (ff. 826). Jan.-April 1834-(1) 'The Ex-Minister' ('Dancing for Life'), by J. Kenney. ff. 1-42. (2) 'Lurline or the Revolt of the Naiades' altered from 'The Nymph of the Lurlei Berg', by G. D. Pitt. ff. 43-77 b. (3)... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXVIII (ff. 1072). Feb.-April 1846 (see also 43007, art. 7). (1) 'Crusaders' al. 'The Betrothed, a Tale of the Crusades', by A. Bunn. ff. 3-74 b. (2) 'The Marble Maiden or Playing at Marbles' al. 'Playing at Marbles', ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXXVII (ff. 684) March-June 1839. (1) 'Now or never', by G. Dance. ff. 2-22 b. (2) 'My Little Adopted', by N. T. H. Bayly. ff. 23-44 b. (3) 'The Giant of Palestine'. ff. 45-59. (4) 'Our Cousin German' ('Our Cousin Ger... British Library
creatorOf ‘The king’s milliner, or, The royal salute’, comedy in three acts by C. J. Mathews. Licence sent 11 March 1859 to be performed 14 March 1859 at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Listed in Nicoll as ‘Milliner to the King’. MS written in more than one ... British Library
referencedIn AUTOGRAPH LETTERS OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY CELEBRITIES, etc., viz.:-(a) Letters of eminent soldiers addressed to Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Edward Bunbury, 7th Bart.; 1826-1847, n.d. ff. 1-12;-(b) Ticket of admission to the coronation of George III in Westmins..., 1826-1847 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXX (ff. 903). 1837. (1) 'Mr Ferguson' al. 'It's All very well Mr Ferguson but you can't sleep here', by W. E. Suter. ff. 2-25 b. (2) 'Why did he die?' ('Why did you die?'), by C. J. Mathews. ff. 26-72. (3) 'The Love-C..., 1837 British Library
creatorOf 'Little Toddlekins', farce in one act by C. J. Matthews. Licence sent 13 December 1852 for performance at the Lyceum 17 December 1852. Also published in Lacy's, vol. 12, no. 173. Keywords: servants, military, family relationships, widows, spinste... British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of Leigh Hunt; 1807-1844.James Henry Leigh Hunt, essayist and poet: Correspondence, etc.: 1806-1859.includes:f. 1 Thomas Mitchell, translator of Aristophanes: Correspondence with Leigh Hunt: 1807-1816, n.d. ff. 2, 4 Francis Wrangham, ..., 1807-1844 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LIII (ff. 879). June-Aug. 1832. (1) 'The Wolf and the Lamb', by C. J. Mathews. ff. 1-37. (2) 'The Haunted Inn', by R. B. Peake (see also 42889, art. 11). Finales on ff. 53, 68 b-69 are autograph. ff. 38-69. (3) 'The Cli... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. XCIII (ff. 912). Sept.-Dec. 1840 (see also 42960, art. 7), except artt. 9, 20 (Sept.-Oct. 1841). (1) 'Master Clarke', by T. J. Serle. ff. 67-69, 81 are autograph. ff. 2-83. (2) 'Robespierre or the Fête Day and the Fall'... British Library
creatorOf 'His Excellency', farce in one act by C. J. Mathews. Licence sent 7 July 1860 for performance at the Theatre Royal. Inside cover signed Thos. Pugh, under prompter. Published in Lacy's, vol. 50, no. 747. Keywords: orphans, letters, forgery, Naple... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXIX (ff. 864). Nov.-Dec. 1835. (1) 'The Barbers at Court', by H. Mayhew and G. Smith. ff. 1-41. (2) 'The Jewess!', by J. B. Buckstone. ff. 42-57 b. (3) 'Family Peculiarities' ('Family Peculiarities or the Sisters Three... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXXIII (ff.886). May-July 1838. (1) 'Lynn Wives or the Biter's Bit'. ff.2-22 b. (2) 'The Siege of Lynn'. ff. 23-59. (3) 'Mr Pickwick or the Sayings and Doings of Sam Weller', by F. C. Nantz. ff. 60-94 b. (4) 'Le Diades... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. LXXIX (ff. 994). Oct.-Dec. 1837. (1) 'The Afancesado (sic)' ('The Afrancesado or Secrecy and Truth'), by T. J. Serle. ff. 2-30. (2) 'The Parole of Honor!', by T. J. Serle. ff. 31-82 b. (3) 'The Original', by J. M. Morto... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LIV ( ff. 333 ). 14 Feb. 1837-19 Nov. 1840.Richard Bentley, publisher (I): Agreements with authors and others: 1829-1871.: Mostly signed.includes:ff. 1-2 (signed), 3 (draft) Captain Sir John Ross, RN: Agreements with R. Bentley: 1837-1838.ff.... British Library
creatorOf 'The soft sex', comedy in three acts by C. J. Mathews. Licence sent 27 August 1861 for performance at the Haymarket on 31 August. Cover signed Thoms. T. Pugh, under-prompter. Stage manager's cues in pencil, cuts in ink. Actors’ names listed in p... British Library
creatorOf 'A bull in a china shop', comedietta in two acts by C. J. Matthews. Licence sent 5 November 1863 for performance at the Haymarket. MS in more than one hand. Stage directions and speakers underlined in red ink. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records dat... British Library
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