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Shaw sisters (Mary and Rosina)

American Museum. –500, 000 curiosities—Day Visitors admitted same evening Free.

Concert by Misses Mary and Rosina Shaw! The celebrated Vocalists, and their brother Mr. David T. Shaw! Interspersed with Dancing by La Petite Celeste, The Danseuse. Among the Songs and Duetts for this evening are—Lightly may the boat row; When the morning first dawns; Westward ho; My love is like the red, red rose; A. B. C.; Come, pretty miss, your lesson rehearse; Norah, the pride of kildare; I’m too young to marry yet by G. P. Morris; Miserable rose; When a little farm we keep, &c.

La Petite Celeste will dance a passeul, from the Opera of De Nina—‘A CRACOVIENNE and HIGHLAND FLING. Mr. Hambridge will preside at the piano forte.

The Programme will be changed every evening. Entertainments commence at half past 7 every evening, and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons at 3 o’clock. Admission 25 cents; children under 10, half price.

New-York Daily Tribune November 07, 1843. Print.