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 - THE TRI8TJ KEUEV CONCERT. ' The entertainment...
THE TRI8TJ KEUEV CONCERT. ' The entertainment at the St. Charles Theatre, last night, for the benefit of the Irish relief fund, was a pleasing sueoes,tn every particular. Prof. H. A. Blake was the director, and lent his efforts toward making the occasion an interesting one. Mrs. John F. Markey, Mrs. Walsh, Mis Kennedy, Miss Young and Miss Callan were all ranch applauded for their singing. - - The Black - Diamonds contributed :' the services of Messrs. Drumm. John - Connor, John ' - Volners and - Delaney. - and these gentlemen did their best towards amusing the audience, and succeeded admirably. The Blake children. Masters Louts, Mian and Barry, were as usual excellent In their performances. Mr. T. 8. MeGovern sang Yon and I," "Eileen Alanna," and was repeatedly' encored. . Prof., Mr. M. T. Mnllady, Davin. Klocke, O'Brien, E. C Dirmeyer and E. B. Thayer also lent their valuable services. Mr. M. F. Blgney recited Moore's Ode to Music,' and was dnly appreciated. The entertainment ended by a chorus entitled Jubilee Singers. This was rendered by ' Masters Wm. and Charles Zimmerman. Robert Dee, Eugene Unsworth and the Blakes. The theatre was filled with people, many being obliged to stand np during the entire evening. - - - - : - - - -

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 08 Apr 1880, Thu,
  3. [First Edition],
  4. Page 8

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