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Master Edwards

Master Edwards, of Reynolds’ Troup of Minstrels, is anxious to dance “Lowell Rattler,” as he is called.  This Rattler challenged to dance Fred. Wilson, or Dick Sliter, recently, and Edwards accepted the challenge; a ball was engaged, etc., but the Rattler failed to dance attendance; so Master Edwards now publicly challenges him, and, in default of the Rattler accepting, puts him down as a nobody.  Edwards can be heard of at the American House, Lowell.

New York Clipper 11 June 1859: 62. Print.

NY Clipper 26 February 1859. Pg. 358