6th year in London. The printers mark on the back page is -20- 10-1-78 – 1000, so the printer’s date is 10 January 1878. This programme shows no price on the cover. If you look at N1494 you will find a programme with the printer’s mark -22- 10-1-78 – 1000, ie the same date. This latter programme differs in detail, for example the bottom of the cover includes the words PRICE TUPPENCE.

6th year in London. The printers mark on the back page is -22- 10-1-78 – 1000, so the printer’s date is 10 January 1878. This programme shows the price on the cover. Ref. no. N1493 shows a programme with the printer’s mark -20- 10-1-78 – 1000, ie the same date. This latter programme differs in detail, for example the bottom of the cover does not include a price for the programme.

31st consecutive year in London (1903-04). For dating purposes, page 3 says ‘In the course of a few months, the Egyptian Hall, the oldest place of entertainment in London, will be demolished’. The date is therefore 1904. Note that Lady Kitty Greensward is in the cast of ‘The Philosopher’s Stone’. In the collection is another programme, identical but for the fact that Lady Kitty Greensward is NOT in the cast.