Re Helen Terry Performance, Galveston Daily News 6 May 1884
that abreast aspirations. too of the oE that an:l in neither that,alleged urich CONSIDERING that Henry Irving gathered ' $40I*,GGO in isi performances, ifc is not f u l , that ho"delivered speeches^of n nature in connection with his American tour-discourses that some arc wickod enough, to dosigi'ato as tufty. "Not one jarring'note, not one ungenerous sentiment," ho declared, "1ms marred tho happiness of our stay you," Af ttr speaking for his sister artist, Helen Terry, bo assured tlio audience that her fireside she will often tell ot tho kindiisfs sbe received from the American people." In codne'ction with all this such a keen journal tho Springfield Republican remarks: " Ono "oddly reminded of Macaulay'e lay of Horatius, Horatius, and.wo may fancy how oft: , ""With weeping and with laupliler. Still is-lhe-Btory tohl, Ilow uell Miss Terry stirro;! tho Yanks ! And got their grnolous ROld." The distinguished'tragedian, did ,pot fail to allude to tho unity of "the two greatest sections of tho English-speaking race," which \VQuld bo all right if ttmt $405,000 was not prime object of his visit to f( ho laud of the 'free. .