On October 23, 1858, Henry Clapp, Jr., published the inaugural issue of The Saturday Press.
Quelqu'un writes that the current lack of anything to write a Feuilleton about prompted Personne to abandon his post, which Quelqu'un foolishly "rushed in" to take over. He discusses his trouble over what to write about and how to write it. Quelqu'un then moves on to talk about the main virtue of the recent popular dramas and why they have been able to draw such large audiences - they all lack sense. Quelqu'un then reviews, Dot, which he has seen four times. He reports that "half a dozen lagers taken at Pfaff's immediately after" did little to help Quelqu'un and the "jolly Briton" who accompanied him to the Winter Garden.
Quelqu'un mentions Aldrich in passing during his discussion the Feuilleton (2).
Quelqu'un writes that Brougham "ruined his last comedy simply by putting too much sense in it" (2).
Quelqu'un makes a passing reference to the "Awful Jefferson" and Dot (2).
Quelqu'un lists the Saturday Press as one of the things the Oldest Man can see (2).
Quelqu'un discusses Personne's decision to abandon the feuilleton because there was nothing interesting to write about (2).
Quelqu'un discusses his foolish "rushing in" to take over the feuilleton for Personne (2).
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