Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writing
Figaro begins by writing to the Editor about the loss of their mutual friend Dr. Fraetas. Figaro continues with a discussion of the events of the trial of Daly vs. Bateman in the Marine Court over Leah. Finally, Figaro ends with a brief discussion of the next week's theatrical events.
Figaro discusses Daly's case vs. Bateman in the Marine Court (4).
Figaro discusses Hall's amusing remarks at the Marine Court during the recent case of Daly vs. Bateman (4).
Figaro mentions that Wallack's will be another theatrical "head-centre" in the next week (4).
Figaro mentions that Wallack will appear during the next week in To Marry or Not to Marry and Don Caesar de Bazan and after which "his brief but brilliant series of performances" will end (4).
Figaro mentions that Ward was in court to "witness the fun" that occurred during the Daly vs. Bateman case (4).
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