Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writings of Fourier.
Criticizes "the twin abominations" of "Free Love and Bohemianism" that reside on "Broadway near Bleecker street" (the location of Pfaff's), with specific ire directed towards what The Round Table considers to be the false praise that bohemian drama critics heap upon their favored performers and theaters. The article ends, "May we hope to see the last of the vile King and Queen of Bohemia and their whole tribe of jackals and dupes."
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