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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Military flags. (search)
Benefit of Miss Ida Vernon. --The performances at the Theatre to-night are set apart for the benefit of Miss Ida Vernon, a talented young lady, attached to the corps dramatique of that establishment, ranking next in the order of talent and effectiveness to the "leading lady." Her renditions of character during the season have been characterized by that finish that denotes the student, and she should be rewarded for her efforts to please.--We trust that her many friends will bear the occasion in that acceptable remembrance which is best shown at such a time by a prompt attendance. The bill for to-night includes the new drama of the "Woman in White," (dramatized from Wilkie Collins' Novel,) the play of "Andy Blake," (the chief character by the fair beneficiary,) dancing by Mary Partington, and a new overture by Rosenberger, chief de orchestre. If such a bill does not draw, we are mistaken.