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Infant Children (La Petite Elise & La Petite Mee)

AMERICAN MUSEUM—Corner of Broadway and Ann street

P.T. Barnum……Proprietor.

  • Hitchcock……Manager.

Every day and evening this week! COMMENCING MONDAY, Nov. 11th, 1844. GRAND PERFORMANCES every evening, at 7 o’clock, and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons at 3. The Manager has engaged the Celebrated KENTUCKY MINSTRELS!

MONS. CHECKENI, the dancer and pantomimist, formerly of the Ravel Family.

THE INFANT CHILDREN, LA PETITE ELISE and LA PETITE MEE, only four and six years old, the most accomplished juvenile dancers and pantomimists of the age. They will appear in a laughable and amusing Comic Ballet, composed expressly for them; and also in several admired and favorite dances.

LAUGHING GAS will be administered at each performance, and all its Mirthful Influences exhibited, for the first time at this establishment. The manager is happy in being able to announce an engagement with the celebrated VOCAL BROTHERS!! who have produced so deep a sensation throughout the country with their wonderful musical talents. They will appear in their most admired songs, duets, &c.

Miss ADAIR, the Vocalist. Mr. B. WILLIAMS, the Irish Comedian, &c.

Beautiful engraved Likenesses of QUEEN VICTORIA, Prince Albert, Queen Adelaide, and Dutchess of Kent. Tickets 25 cents—children under ten years 12 ½.

New-York Daily Tribune November 14, 1844. Print.