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St. Clair, Sallie

THEATRE.—Miss Sallie St. Clair produced a highly favourable impression upon the minds of playgoers, on Monday night, when she appeared for the first time in Richmond, in the character of Esmerelda. She has a good voice and a most engaging manner, with a large share of personal charms, which she displays to the best advantage. To-night she appears in the comedietta of the “Four Sisters” and the protean interlude of “The Fairy Star,” assuming nine different characters. Miss St. Clair will introduce a variety of beautiful dances, in which she really excels. The entertainment concludes with the pantomime of the “White Statue.”

The Daily Dispatch, March 10, 1858

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