Times Picayune New Orleans..March 16, 1876Gruneward Hall

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Times Picayune New Orleans..March 16, 1876Gruneward Hall - sisters, How salvation by - yard a : - -...
sisters, How salvation by - yard a : - - collection is of if of Ga., : the newspapers cease mm : a live that tne split, the will of made in then we Miss play - our Gbunewald Hall. Grand JVocdL and Instrumental Concert. The grand vocal and instrumental concert tendered to Mme. Charles Boudousquie by her f npils, which took place at Grunewald lall last night, was a complete success. The hall was fairly packed with the elite of our people, who fully appreciating the just tribute offered Mme. Boudousquie Boudousquie by her many . pupils, gathered in large numbers in the hall. The programme, which had been gotten up with great care was opened by the ouverture of the Domino Noir, - performed on the piano by Miles A. 13., L. B., L. T. and F. P. The piece was Capitally executed and jostly applauded. The next piece was a chorus of "La Vestale," by the pnpils of the beneficiary. The moment ' Mile Boudousquie', who led the choir, appeared on the platform, she was tumnltnously applauded and cheered. When the welcome was over, she was presented with an avalanche ef the most beautiful flowers, and wreaths, amid wild enthnsiasni. The whole of the programme was rendered in a really artistic manner by the many young ladies ladies who participated in the concert, and by Messrs. Meteye, Cassan and Caulier, who kindly assisted M'me Boudousquie's pupils on this occasion. ' The feature of the evening, however, was the rendition of the grand scene of the fifth aet of Meyerbeer's " Prophet by M'lle H. D. MTle D. 'phrased' delightfully and with consummate skill. There was no effort in what she did, and her fine voice filled the hall with its . rich and velvety sounds. Her lower notes are rich, and she slides from the chest to the throat notes with wonderful facility. In a word, M'lle D. executed the soene - in the most artistic manner and literally carried carried away the house.' . Mr. Carrier, the distinguished accompanist, accompanist, of the Opera House, who - had kindly offered his services, held the piano piano during the concert in his usual fault - , less manner, and showed to great advan tape. the beautiful sounds of the grand Knabe and Steinway pianos, . which were used on this occasion. ! The soiree last night was one which will long be remembered by the hundreds hundreds who were present, and. who so heartily bestowed their well - deserved approbation approbation on the handsome and graceful participants in the programme. , i - - . ! Gen. Tom Thumb ant Troupe. There is wide - spread interest manifested in these dear little people, and the consequence, consequence, is that their . daily ' levees are largely attended. For ladies and children children the matinee is specially designed, though the evening entertainment is equally attractive, as the progamme is the same for both. Their clever performances performances are theilelight of every spectator, being made up of songs, eomic - dances and character acting, in which the bur - , ly little General and his wife. Miss Minnie Minnie Warren and Major Newell appear each to capital advantage. The children go wild over the Liliputian troupe, "and in this connection, it may . be well to remember remember that they appear only two days more in our city. j - ve . pee city:: AUf Broke by a Tree.. .. : At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, while Thos. affidavit trust issned the in the - - tan. loney Customhouse np in the dangerous . - John at the charging him his Spam the Fifth. David a larceny Water McGinnis, assistance, was Robert sick and lord and Charity The and and broken The Telegraph Carondelet vacant were of the ' tenarian was born ampton He never he had. "I fashion, highest? guished in front the Tim SPKCiFic gration is created ters. quently localities, which that are culturaioT when bitters against climatic customed ject estimate specific. with Ms to keep moterof upon in ia

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 16 Mar 1876, Thu,
  3. [First Edition],
  4. Page 8

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