|Northern Star, Saturday, January 8, 1842; Issue 217|
|Northern Star, Saturday, January 15, 1842; Issue 218|
The Northern Star, Saturday, November 25, 1843; Issue 315. p.2
DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE BENEFIT THE NATIONAL VICTIM FUND.
The members of the London Amateur Dramatic Society gave their first public performance in aid of the above fund, at the Royal Standard Theatre, High-street, Shoreditch, on Thursday evening, NOV. 16th. …
The amateurs were aided by several members of the "Standard Company," and by Mr. Cuffay, whose singing was warmly encored.
The Northern Star, Saturday, January 13, 1844; Issue 322. p.1
LIBERATION OF GEORGE WHITE
"A public festival, consisting of dinner, concert, and ball, was held on Monday afternoon, January the 8th, at the Political and Scientific Institution, to celebrate the liberation of Mr. George White, after eight months incarceration in the Queens Prison. ...
During the evening, Messrs. Cuffay, Simpson, Slater, and Allnut favoured the company with some excellent songs.
The Hall being cleared of the tables, &c., dancing commenced, and was continued with good spirit. The Hall was densely thronged throughout the evening."
|Northern Star, Saturday, March 21, 1846; Issue 436|
This article also shows that Cuffay lived 12 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden in 1846.