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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 January 1866

MATTERS OVEIt TIt EIVER. Tiir Perils of Wreckiso. jTew of our Inland readers can appreciate the U.nKor d xposure attendant upon the business of wreck ing. None but the most experienced watei'.en, fumll'.itr with all the shoals, channels, bam, are employed in this work; for it is as roach vx trade a one of the mechanical arts, and is fol lowed by those who are as skilful as they are iearVss .In managing a liieboaU The Jersey coast is the frequent scene of marine disasters, and although there are wreck stations at given distances apart, there are too few, of them. A Vessel is oitcn in danger of being beaten to pieces or driven up high and dry on the beach before assistance can be had. Were itotherwise many lives now lost might have been saved, and vessels destroyed might have been got off with but trilling damage. The scenes ot -voe and dis tress incident to wrecking are often truly harrow ing. To see men, and olten helpless women, cling ingto the rigging, or a fragment of the hull, a...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 January 1866

Letter from Ilnphacl Fcmm? to his Bro ther, Sumncl, JH Heinmes. The following letter was written byK.a;)hael Summec, late commander Ot the Rebel pi rata Axabama. and now avvaitins trial in Wiuih.in.rton, In Anmist last, to his brother, .-'amud id. Jsrmniug, at Cumberland, Llnryland: Monii.lt, Am., A liquet 12, 1806. My Pear Ilrotnor: The cessation of the war eaves moat libert" u renew my cnrrrspoBaence wit.i yon, vtthout aulijaot ing you to suspicion aud annoyance: and 1 need nut ht to you how gratelul to tn yearnings of my heart 1b thu long-suspended privilege. Vou hare boon frequently in my thought durum our unfortnnato struggle, end 1 Have ulieu le t muca sotioitude on your account, lest a part ot the odium ami ill-will which a zealous performance of my au v ha called down upon my Head lioiui'rotil nation" nlioul I attach to you and your family, and operato to yjur injury. Indeed, I have no doubt tint that the prejtid ce again mo was tne wen t ot trie barbarous and in lignaut per...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFII. PHILADELPHIA, FlllDAY, JANUARY I860. ? SOU niERTT riRSOXAL ITEMS. nporffn V. Uutton. Esn.. wh chosen Jlavor If Tciisncola, Flu., nt the lust election. Jmlce F. T. jlntclilno. or Athens, Oft., Ins ceived a inrdon from President Johnson. A sou of General Breckinridge la. employed CRn r in the banking nonse ot K. ai. isruco Co.. In An mints, Ua, 'J-The New Orleans Ttmea of the lGth notices fa arrivnl In that city of General Wade Ilaitip J)U and the wife of Robert Tuombs, of Georgia. Hon. P. A. WardUw and J. A. in?rii n ive oeu oloctod AssocIhMS Justices of the Court of Ppculs of South Carolina. ; Robert Johnson, formerly United States nator lrom Arkansas, hue lust returned to his sidencc, elx miles below Pine Blulf. Maior-Gcueral Thomas J. Churchill, of the lime f-itat-, 1b working tho plantation ot bis bis- r-in-law, Hit. Jordan, on trio river near tne ost of Arkansas.' f Tlie Galveston Medical Colles;o oommnnned first course of lectures on tiio 4th insta...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 January 1866

IIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. FillLADELFHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 18CC, 8 V AML'SKMKNTS. Aoadhwt of Hosio. Ono of th mis'. doliThtliil and tncoeiwtul 0cra or I ho soason was Fri Jjwrolo, last evcnin. Auber'a operas wore all written in French. TIict bare all tho spirit ot the French rtyle, but the subject of h'ra ninvnlo beinir CMMwntiall; Italian, it baa made an admirable opera buffo. Mnzioiini.M 'Fia Oia-olo," int wit hi usaul admirable method i his oloe was not In Tory Rood order until the second not of the opera. Heroic opera suits his voice and style best, still he as a most satisfactory bandit, so that all felt sorry or tho poetical Justice meered o klm at tho end. Miss KeUoair has acquired groat stage ease, aoang with much lutolliirenee and grace. Hot yoIcb, ot ooarse, is thin, but her txcution and style are both exoollcni. She was j9 diamine; a Zjrliiia." Both stie and the toner wore oncored in tho aria "Guardrie nilla rooca," as was also Mazzo'inl. M'me Ficher, wh was "Lady All...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

1 1 H H V Ft ihi II i LLJ XT LI vL A I J U J q VOL. V-No, T. 3?IIILA.DEL3?IIIJ!l, MOlDA.Y, JA.lsrTJA.IlY 8, 18G6. DOUBLE S1IEET TIIREE CENTS. V THE FENIAN FIGHT. Frfth Day's Proceedings of the Fe nlan Canvmion-The O'Mahony Indorsed-Establlshmont of a "Bureau , of Military Justice"- General Sweeney's Vindication-Address to Brotherhood from the Fenian Secro ' taryof War. The fifth session of the Fenian Contrrew was "held on Saturday morning at Clinton Hall. At nine o'clock the Speaker, Mr. Corbett, took the chair, and the House was called to order. Colo iiel O'Mahony, B. Doran Killlrtn, Senator Mcanyt and others, occupied scats on the plaiform. r A CAIO. FOR THE BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS. Tho proceeding were opened with prayer by the Key. Mr. Curley, at'terjwhicb. A lctjolution was adopted calling for all the books, uccoiyets.Sand reports of tho organization, in order to enable ihc House to investigate the present cOhdlton ot Ihe organization, and try the charges preforred against t'io Senat...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 18CG. TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED BVEIIT DAT POB TBLEORAPH. International Dualling From the Tribunt. ' We Bhould like to read an essay upon unnecaj fcary wars. There are ' good people who will answer that all war are iinnoooMary. ;W use an Indefinite phrase, however to , convey a de finite meaning. We accept war a hecoBsary where principle la Involved whore (ruth Is com pelled to crush error by the force, off, array where a people find It Incumbent to strangle with crime and oppression. By unnecessary wars, we refer to the contests arising out of per tsonal vanity the differences of small military and naval commanders rambition, cupidity, a yearning for territorial aggrandizement Very much aa though two testy gentlemen pret anry over a cup of wine, or the necessity of some political action the minister's last sermon the editor's last...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG1MFIT. PHILADELPHIA,' MONDAY, JANUARY 8, -186G. OITY INT K liLlGE-NCE For addiliotial Local IlciM see Fij'Ji 2 'ay. Religious Intklt.igkkcb.-- The Cente nary of Mcthodit-mRwptning of a Methodist Church Dedication of a JSeio vhurctiA Lift of Anniversaries. In accorduuee with a resolution adopted in November last by the General Cen tenary Committee, et Its nes-don in New York, yesterday, the first Sabbath ot the year 18G0, was observed by tho Methodists of tins city as a day of religion services, for the especial purpose of nekinir God's blcssinp upon the centenary joar. In the mornine, the pastors of the various churches of that denomination delivered sermons suited to the occasion. The address of the bishops to the ministers and members was read in most of the churches. It is somewhat ex tended, but nevertheless interesting. i On May 12th, 1730, the foundation of the first Methodist t hurch In the world was laid, with prayers and fodits of praise, at Bristol, ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

femng clcrjtaplt It pvh'ithcd ncry afernoon (Sundays excepted) ot No. 108 6. Ihird ctrcet. Price, Three Cents ror Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents rcr 'Tl'eel,, i arable to the Carrier, and mailed to ' SuhscrHers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Atir.vm : One Dollar and fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably m adoa-ice for the period ordered To insure the Insertion xf Advertisements in a!i of our Editions, tliey must be forwarded to oar v Ifiee not later than 10 o'c'oek each Morning. MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1800. " A Ilodiciil j-et Needed Cliongo -Northern and Southern Representation. One ol the provisions of the bill recently In troduced by Gt neral Schkkck, and of whoso passage there Is said to be but little doubt, amends the Constitution bo aa to procure the appointment of representatives in accordance will) the number of voters, and not of inhabi tants, as the present law roads. The change to be thus effected in our whole political sys tem is a most radical one, and should r...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TlMMiM.---IIIILAt)ELrilIA, MONDAY, - JAN CTAlil? 87 i860. 5 AMUSEMENTS. 1 Aoadfmt of l&vsic.L'AfflcaiM was repeated on Saturday night, to neither a fashlonablo nor a large audience. Tbla shows that tho opera does not containjttafe (Ccrm;of popularity. A great Impressarlo (Ullmann) onoe told us that the only appreolatow of true aolentiflc musio were what are dlsoourtoously called the "dead bonds" (moaning the on); taoads with Hre brains), adding that if it wore not lor those applause wonld nover be Btartod, L'Ap-icaine 1 especially an opora that roqulro anoh musical know ledge, taste, and exporlonoo as constitute a musical critic In this grand opora they alone can thoroughly ap preciate tho music, and its admirable application, the harmony, the instrumentation, and the wondertu1 application of the distinct Instruments to the musical end dramatic situation. Some critics have dis covered great richness of molody, which means in common parlance a tune', but it can ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

HIND TIIK CLOCK. BY H. Ricn. 4 Warden, wind the clock again; MiR,hty years are polnir on, Through the shadow and trie dream, And tue happt-bcarted dawn. Wind npain, wind asain, Fiity hundred years are gone. Through the harvest and the need, Wealthy June and dewy May, Grew the new year from the old, Grows to-morrow from to-day. Wind again, wind aain, Who can keep the year at bay ? Fonr-and-twent.y conjurers Lie in Halt on land and sea, 1'iuckinsr down the tartled ship, Ilixl-embroldennsr the tree. Wird asain. wind aain, We have neither ship uor tree. Four-and twenty kinds to ooroe Up the never-vacant stair Four-and-twenty dead bo down; t Follow, racred song and prayer. Wind again, wind again Warden, why delaying there f To his Interrupted dream Conies the long-entreated day. What are leaner words to him t Bweet pursuing voices say "Warden, wind, wind acrain, Up the ever-golden way. " Other hands will wind the clock While tne Irequcnt years iro on, Nev-r noting need or name Nor the ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

TUB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 18GG. NEWS JOTTINGS. Epitaph for a bore "He was not for a tlnio, but for ad day." -Cii2CBK0 's writhing tindor a mysterious hor ror. Two jSneers ot a Dian's hand came through a hydrant on Ln ,Btreet ,aat Tuesday week. - Mrs. Jenny Blitz Van Zndt, who h now In Italy, calls herself Madani? yuzuil for the sake of euphony, The war vctr-rana who received as holiday presents, artificial arms or legs, may be fl.Hld to tare been truly re-mcmbered. . .' The war ships Tuscarora and Vanderb'M, and the monitor ifonadnock, arrived at Cayenne on the 27th of Novembers all well. Mr. Bafem an presented Parepaon Christmas tlay, an a mark of his esteem, with an elegant Etruscan claret pitcher. The latest Boston notion is a "paper hat" company, which is now forming. Paper hats, water-proof and desirable, are to be made tor liom eight to twenty-five cent. ! The citizens of Chambersbiirar, Pa., have pe titioned tho Pennsylvania Legislature for...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 January 1866

8 imcti the mo grande. Hi itllnu ,1rtlrM front fwrM Well , .V Ooiit-KliMMiwl fliirneir. 'i Two vrsvLi.i:, Toxia, December 10. As usual, iiMie thoBiujjCof Matururai raised, all i qn-.pt,' in a military point ot view, along this U.rir. Notlilue h.is" ben dono by the Liberal army nnco their dash into Monterey, and the Imperial corn -wanders appear to be very well iwtistled to let thinR- tnko their o irse, and ans not m.V.o-h io win laurels by hunting the "common cik'Hiv," and adrrrinV.crlrig severo chut-sinicnlo to the "demoralized remnnnta" ol Ins rrmv. In-trn 1 ot thla they take great pains to ItiWwcil ouoi lirtuiier, and as "mi ounce ot jtc:wn 11 worth k pound ot cure," they ki'i-p wi'luii the corpor.it-.' Ii'iiitt of Maumoraj b''avcW. 0;.o would npP0i0, niter the ar.-lv.il of tin loi T-lookcd-Ior reluloicrMiRMiH, it woiirt have lpp'u iu'f a nvitter ot a lew weotcV time lor tlie.n io'ctriuin ito rvcry body of Liberals within ihe ot" Ttimaulipin. This, however, bus not been done, and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

TTT1 u H Ld. ALU o VOL. V-No. 9 I'lIILADISLPIICA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY lO, 18GG. DOUBLE SIIEET TIIHEE CENT3. THE FEW I AIMS Seventh Day's Proceedings of the . Convention The Senate Refuses to Appear to Answer the Charges Against Them O'Mahony Brings Charges Against Roberts-The Evi dence in Support of the Charges, Etc. What ia the Convention of Fenians now sitting bi Clinton Hall trouic to do? This question is u eauerly asked by every Irishman, u:id we might aud American too. Are they goitig to propamine the liii'co innuiruriUU at Philadelphia of esta blishing a President, a Seua'e, an 1 a Congress, Ot establishing ail ihe goveruiu:.' macninery of a rcgil..r;y cons' ltutod government: and lor what? Why, lu govern a country in winch they have ncarecly u tool hold, and in whxh moi-t of them di to nt Bhow thi ir I'uco, or they would be tr tiled to tne hospitality o' a dungeon. Vluie the Fenian organization was a simple element, with u lc' governing rules, its ramlti tatiouH had cxten.lul ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 18GG. THE NEW YORK TRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of tho Hour. COMPILED EVERT DAT FOR EVENING TELEGRAPH. The Firth Tnrt ot the World. fmm the Herald. Our Australian correspondence, published yt'S rdny, jtivea a highly ltilcresimn account of tha .British Colonic- in tbo Eou'hera hemisphere. The proareos In that part of the world la truly -emarkaMe, and tap uothiug liko It except in the more extraordinary progress of our own country.' CHins have sprung u p lit a rompnra. lively short p rlod, tiavinR population of a huu dred thousand and upward', and rivalling those fAmrriffcor the Old World In mflfrniflcence. Tbls Is ' another evidence of the pre eminent fiualllien of the Anglo-Saxon race, or northern lacos of Europe, as colonibt", over those of Fouthrrn Europe. Australia, or. more proporlv, j uhii aliinia. embrnciiior the colonies of New Kxitk Wales, (South Australia,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAriL PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 18GG. y CITY INTELLIGENCE. Fcr additional Local J(an.i see Fif MODEBATINO TOE IcK IiAtlVKST. From 0 o'clock on Monday morning nnt.il 12 o'clock jenterda.7 ihcre aim a riai- In the nior curv of Ihu'y 'degrees. Ho matcrm! a change took Irom ih: atmoplierR innoh of Its keouneHS and mndc it endurable;. Lulie appeared on the promenado ycpicrdo.v, arm the rciail quarters picscntPd their usual biiiness-like aspect. Abeve the city the Deluwnre was stationary, but the Irehoiit had sj broken tne ice in front ot the city and some dmiaiic" bc)oi.l it that the steam ferry bouts were enabled to ma!o their ii3ual tiips to Camden aid return. Some distance above pnrties were taking advantage ot the elrpant tkatne to Midulijo .11 that favorite spout. Tbe ice on the ScIiunIkiLI wji, tn places, about six inches thick, and in most excellent condition for skntintt. !; dealers were innkius prepara tions to luv in their stock, and will begin...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TKLKGItAril FIIILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, I860. fctmtfj clctapli It pvblifhed itery ofrrncon Sunday except!) at JSo, 10ft S. Third street. Prce, Tltree Cents , Per Cory (Double Shed), or Eighteen Unls Per Herfr, payable to tit Carrier, and moiled to Subscriber out of the city at A'ine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adva-ce for Vie period ordered, To insure the Insertion of AAurtisernrnts ina'l of our Editions, they mvst be forwarded to oar office not later Vian 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESD AY, JANUARY 10, 18HG. t la Mr. Scward'a Tolicy at Vailance with ftLe Monroe lioctrinc? TnE Democratic journals are emplojinar that time which was formerly occupied with search ing the Constitution to discover the illegality of all the actions of the Administration, with reading up musty documents and quoting irom lorgotten Mato papers, to prove that the Monroe doctrine actually existed, and that It was and is a political...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

THEORY OF MEDICATED INHALATION. DBS. HUNTER AND RAMSAY. ON TUB SYMPTOMS OF CONSUMPTION. (Continued.) ' We stated in o-ir last letter that in the earlj stage the most common symptoms of consumption arc "dry hacking cough," a sense of "shortness of breath on exertion" and "increased frequency of the pulse." 'Another B.ymptom which should lead us to suspect the halih of the lungs is pain. During the course of the disease, It is unusually present in some degree; but varies very much in intensity. It may be the first in dication of tubercles in tho lungs, or not appear until alter ulceration has taken place. In one case, it is a sharp stitch in the side; in another, a dull aching under the breastbone; in a third, a sense of burning; while in a fourth we have only a fueling of weight and oppression. Its scat, too, is often distant from the part of the lung affected. It may be in the oppotVo sido of the chest, or low down in the side, vhcrcas tuber- I clcs are always deposited at the top o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

c HT. Dumas on Himself, fntn the A'htnentm. Paris, November, 1805. Dear old Dumas! His tongue can chatter on every subject. While he la elaborating a romance In the , Court of Louts the Thirteenth he finds time to chat on evry ther subject, grave or pay, and In somo way to connect himself with It. Ho must put his iarlt even on the cholera. Being asked for one I his charming bits of egotism tacked to some subject of the moment, he nets up a little lite, tary flirtation with the prevailing epidemic. He la not afraid of It. He, the great Dumas! Ho had it to begin with In 1832, and cured himself by swallowing a glass of ether, mistaking It for Kirchcnwasscr. The cholera departed, but left him In its stead inflammation of the stomach. This is not, therefore, a remedy which he re commends. He has a remedy, however, and he Intends, in the course of his gossip, to give it to the reader. But here peeps up the slyness of the great Alexandre, wherein he reminds' us lorcibl.y of Mangin, who pal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG RAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 18CG. A Itr-Dcl General Turned Toct. fJrneral M. Jed". Thompson, formerly of Mis souri, and now located In New Orleans as a com m it-won nicrebatit, sent the editor ol the I'imyune a present of a bottlo ol Uoiirbon whisky on ChriHtmaa day. Accompanying the, present were tho lollowiiiif lines: t V New OBi.rAN, December 23, 18G5. Drnr ricnuuvr. I tuav. ' ! Tltnt on tills I lir nfnaa flny, I You'll accept thin tin bottlo of whisky; For 'tin lull of "Uie "ouV I HI "k'lMitiwk V rl filrl ' And make yon leel "plucky and frisky." There's no. "medicine" hero No "bitters" nor "buer;" There's nothlnir but cood honr-rt drinking; And 'twill make you leel good, Ao all fine wluxky should, And liijhlen yourhenrt up to thinking Of hours that are past That brought pleasures, that fast Throne h awes ot troubles and sorrow. And if on th!s tiipht . Yon should co to bed "tltht," You'll not have the headache to-morrow. M. J epp. Thompson. ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 January 1866

8 AMUSEMHNT8. AoABiyor Memo The mwrnlllccnt onora of 11 Trovnttrre soeros familiar 10 tin walls or the Aov demy. It was in this opera ttial tho trio of arti'ts, wnose memories are en-hnood in the he&it of all pera-goors, GaziioiRa, Brurnoli, and Atnodio, were first introduced to us. We bavo had Individually floe artists In each part, bat we have never had, un;ll mw, three such grand artists togothcr unce the rl?lnnl cast. Sljtnora Carrozzl Zuoclil san nver so grandly before. Her penotrntlne, passionate to' "e, full of pathos, waa admirably adapted to the grand dra matic musio of "Leonora. " Hor fltst aria, "Ficea la nottd," Was 4 le.-t of hor at We and finish ai ft musician, tndepondont f her drimatio powor. The excessive louderm-RR ot b r nolo in tho trio of the aecond act wag iho vory ideal of pnsion and Joy. The "Amor nl all rosio" waa anotlior admirable morcoau of the evening ; then the enorgy of the "Vivia" carried tho aiu'.funno with it. Her last aceno ot alnas acted, as w...

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