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Dutton, Dollie

Dollie Dutton gave her first levee at the New Assembly Room last night. Dollie is the smallest of all small ladies. Her littleness is especially observable when she is placed beside a girl of the ordinary size of her own age. She is smaller than most infants of a year’s growth, and is yet equal in mental developments to other children of her age. In her appearance she is beautifully diminutive. Her head and limbs are developed in exact accordance with her body, and her movements are singularly graceful. This little fairy gives another entertainment this afternoon at 4 o’clock, and also at 8 o’clock in the evening.

The Daily Exchange 6/1/1860. Print.

Dutton, The Daily Exchange, 6/1/1860