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Title Date of production Theatre
Napoleon's Old Guard, later revised as The Old Guard 1836 London,
Brentford Collegiate School
A Legend of the Devil's Dyke
Published: John Dicks, ca. 1898, London
1838 Bristol,
Theatre Royal
Lodgings to Let 1839, February 18 Bristol,
Theatre Royal
Jack Sheppard, an adaptation of H. Ainsworth's novel 1839, December 26 Hull,
Theatre Royal
The Old Guard, actually a revision of Napoleon's Old Guard
Published: Dicks' Standard Plays , ca. 1845, London
1840, January 30 Brighton,
Theatre Royal
London Assurance, edited by Charles Mathews and Madame Vestris
Published: J. Andrews, 1841, London
1841, March 4 London,
Covent Garden
An Irish Heiress; or, West End
Published: J. Andrews , 1842, London
1842, February 7 London,
Covent Garden
A Lover by Proxy
Published: Webster's Acting National Drama, No. 102, 1842, London
1842, April 21 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Alma Mater; or, A Cure for Coquettes
Published: Webster's Acting National Drama, No. 105, 1843, London
1842, September 19 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Curiosities of Literature
Published: Webster & Co., 1842, London
1842, September 24 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The Bastille 1842, December 19 London,
Haymarket Theatre (as an "afterpiece")
Woman 1843, October 2 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Victor and Hortense; or, The False Bride, later revised as Paul Lafarge 1843, November 1 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Laying a Ghost 1843, November 15 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Used Up, a collaborative adaptation (with Charles James Mathews) of L'homme blasé by Augustin-Théodore de Lauzanne de Vaux Roussel and Félix Auguste Duvert
Published: Webster's Acting National Drama, No. 15, 1843, Paris
1844, February 6 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Lolah; or, The Wreck Light 1844, March 25 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Love in a Sack 1844, April 22 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Mother and Son 1844, April 22 London,
Adelphi Theatre
The Fox and the Goose; or, The Widow's Husband, an operetta in one act (in collaboration with Benjamin Webster)
Published: National Acting Drama Office, ca. 1844, London
1844, October 2 London,
Adelphi Theatre
Don Caesar de Bazan; or, Love and Honour, other info 1844, October 14 London,
Adelphi Theatre
Old Heads and Young Hearts
Published: Webster's Acting National Drama, No. 130, [1844]
1844, November 18 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The Soldier of Fortune; or, The Irish Settler 1845, February 6 London,
Adelphi Theatre
Peg Woffington; or, The State Secret
Published: Dicks Standard Plays, No. 1064, 1907?, London
1845, June 26 London,
Adelphi Theatre
Enquire Within 1845, August 25 London,
Lyceum
The Old School 1846, February 5 London,
Haymarket Theatre
Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind?, collaboration with Charles Kenney; also called Felo de Se and Up the Flue 1846, May 11 London,
Adelphi Theatre
Mr. Peter Piper; or, Found Out at Last 1846, May 16 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The Wonderful Water Cure (operetta) 1846, July 15 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The School for Scheming (also called Love and Money)
Published: Webster's Acting National Drama, No. 140
1847, February 4 London,
Haymarket Theatre
La Salamandrine, a ballet, narrative by Boucicault 1847, May 18 London,
Covent Garden
A Confidence 1848, May 2 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The Knight of Arva
Published: French's Standard Drama, No. 231, 1868?, New York
1848, November 22 London,
Haymarket Theatre
The Willow Copse
Published: W. V. Spencer, 1855, Boston
1849, November 26 London,
Adelphi Theatre
 

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