Annie Bowles performing at St Patricks Hall

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Annie Bowles performing at St Patricks Hall - - sage of Moore descriptive grace. .' After the...
- sage of Moore descriptive grace. .' After the beautiful tableau of the wed ding, each member of this beautiful band of rover was called upon to add something from the treasures ot . song in honor of the occasion. The Oriental Quar tette, who have but lately joined tbe tribe, were in good singing trim last night. Miss Teresa Gruuberg endeav ored to frighten off her admirers by singing I'll be no Submissive Wife," but she oould not do so. Mies Annie Bowles was loudly applauded for her performance ot ' Esmeralda." Esmeralda." Tllla and Count Roscoe (whose maiden names are Miss A. Muller and Geo. Raseshide) delivered the charming " Gipsy Courting" and were repeatedly called before tbe footlights. Mr. E. K. Forshee was encored for his splendid accord eon solo. Miss A Thiel requested in delightful tones, " Sing Sweet Bird." As Miss M. Grnnberg and Mies Mullen came next, it is supposed they must have been the birds invited to appear. They sang, " I heard a voice lu the tranquil

Clipped from The Times-Picayune19 Apr 1879, Sat[First Edition]Page 8

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)19 Apr 1879, Sat[First Edition]Page 8
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  • Annie Bowles performing at St Patricks Hall

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