Fourth night of the beautiful and accomplished actress, Miss Sallie St. Clair, who will render her charming character of NARAMATTAH, in the deeply interesting Drama of the WEPT OF WISH-TON-WISH.
Fourth night of the distinguished Pantomimist, MONS. HENRI,
Thursday Eve’g, March 11, 1858, will be performed the great Drama of the WEPT OF WISH-TON-WISH.
Naramattah…Miss Sallie St. Clair
Favourite Ballad…Miss Josephine Parker.
Conclude with the laughable Pantomime of the WHITE STATUE.
Busy Body…Mons. C. Henri.
ADMISSION.—Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cts. (no extra charge for secured seats.) Second Tier or Family Circle 25 cts. Eastern Gallery, expressly for Boys, only 12 ½ cts. Western Gallery 25 cts. Gallery 50 cts. Doors open at 7 o’clock—Overture commences at ½ before 8, precisely. Box Office open from 1 until 2, and from 3 until 5, daily.
The Daily Dispatch, March 11, 1858