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His Life And Background In Cincinnati 1846 - 1850 by Raymond Walters

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Sources and Annotations              147
7.  Cincinnati Gazette, September 22, 1847.
8.  Louisville Courier,October 11, 1847.
9. Daily Commercial Journal, August 21, 1847.
10.  R. P. Nevin, Atlantic Monthly, November 1867.
11.  Daily Commercial Journal, August 31, 1847.
12.  Morrison Foster, p. 37.
13. Daily Commercial Journal, September 8, 1847.
14.  ibid,, September 11,1847.
15.  First edition copy in the Foster Hall Collection.
16.  Cincinnati Gazette, April 15, 1847.
17. Original letter in the Foster Hall Collection.
18.  Pittsburgh Daily Commercial Journal, May 25, 1847.
19.  ibid., September 7,1847.
20.  Morrison Foster, p. 35.
21.  Cincinnati Daily Gazette, January 22,1857.
22. Foster Hall Bulletin, No. n, February 1935, pp. 20 and 21.
23.  Cincinnati Gazette, September 25, 1847.
24.  ibid., October 27, 1847.
CHAPTER IX
THE STAGE AND THE CONCERT HALL OF THE 'FORTIES
1. Letter of Stephen published in the Foster Hall Bul­letin, No. ii, February 1935.
2.  Home Journal, New York, December 16,1848.
3.  Chronicle, April 6, 1849.
4.  Gazette, April 13,1849.
5.  The present writer once heard this reputed saying of Forrest quoted by the veteran stage manager, Mark Hanley.
6.  Gazette, April 19,1848.
7.  ibid., December 13, 1848.
8.  Atlas, December 14, 1846.







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