Very little is know about Anne Deland’s early life. We do know that she was originally from Georgia and eventually made her way to New York to begin her career on stage (Lause 57).
Personne discusses the Cook's Circus at Niblo's Garden and Anna Maria in detail. He also makes references to other "Crickets" at other dailies and "the philologist of the Evening Post. Personne reports that The Octoroon is leaving the Winter Garden and will be replaced by Heron's Lesbia this week. Bourcicault's take on Sir Walter Scott is a success at Laura Keene's. Personne gives other general news about the opera, the progress of The Octoroon in Boston, and asks Lester Wallack to "hurry up" his Poor Young Man so that there will be something new at Wallack's.
Personne remarks that the theaters "furnish" the "mincepie for Aldrich" (3).
Personne claims that Keene should "do something nice" for Deland for her performance in Bourcicault's adaptation of Scott (3).
Personnne reports that Lesbia, starring Heron, will open at the Winter Garden this week (3).
Personne reports that Bourcicault's take on Sir Walter Scott is a success at Keene's (3).
Personne reports that there is nothing new at Wallack's and asks Lester Wallack to "hurry up" his Poor Young Man (3).
Personne asks Lester Wallack to "hurry up" his Poor Young Man (3).
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