Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writing
Figaro reports to Mr. Editor that he went to see Charles Kean's Hamlet last Saturday and discusses Kean's performance and acting in general. Figaro claims that it would be a good lesson for young actors and actresses to watch Kean perform, but fears they may get the wrong idea and start imitating his style. Figaro reports that Frank Cahill, "Wild Humorist of the Marshes," will be giving a talk on "Frogs" at Niblo's next week. Figaro also discusses the end of Ward's, "Wild Humorist of the Plains," engagement at Irving Hall. He will be followed by Mr. Bateman and company. Figaro gives an update on Maretzek, the opera, and the Herald. Figaro also discusses Clarke's performance and warm reception at the Winter Garden.
Figaro reports that McArone refers to Mr. Bateman as "Stonewall Bateman" (89).
In speaking of Clarke's reception at the Winter Garden, Figaro doubts that Booth himself could have received a better response from the audience (89).
Figaro reports that Miss Rose Eytinge played the role of "Mrs. Swansdown" in Everybody's Friend at the Winter Garden (89).
Figaro refers to him as the "Wild Humorist of the Plains" and claims that he had to leave the stage due to his "cholera-morbus." Figaro claims that Ward has been cured by Dr. Sanger and is currently being waited for by President Johnson and his cabinet in Washington because it is too late for him to appear again in New York this season (89).
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