When the Wood Opera Troupe came here, Mr. Fry, in conjunction with his brother, J. Reese Fry, had the opera of "Norma" brought out in English, and its success is among the traditional glpe with great success.
It was also produced in Italian in New York in 1858.
From 1846 to 1852 Mr. Fry was in Europe, corresponding with the New York Tribune and Philadelphia Ledger.
On his return,e afterwards played with great success by Jullien's Orchestra in various parts of the country.
Mr. Fry has also written an elaborate Stabat Maler, several string quartets, and other musical works.
k Tribune, of which he was one of the proprietors, as a public lecturer and a political orator, Mr. Fry has been very widely known.
His mind was most original, and his style was at times eccentric.
delicate to make the ocean voyage, and he resigned the office before entering upon its duties.
Mr. Fry was never married, but he enjoyed society and mingled freely in it while his health permitted.