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ve some force near Annandale, and along the line from there to Falls Church and Lewinsville. From the top of the hotel in Fairfax we could still see the Stars and Stripes flying from Upton's Hill, and also the line of their fortifications by Taylor's and White's hills. No other changes were visible except those made by the fall of the leaves, which gave a less obstructed view of their works. I believe there has been no advance since we left the town, except by small parties of scouts. I erely. If General McClellan does not fight, the Government can get no more men or money, and public opinion is pressing him very hard. Thursday night, the Hon. W. C. Preston, former Minister to Spain, paid a visit to the Kentucky camp, Col. Tom Taylor, and spent the night with his friends. During the evening he made them a speech, which was loudly cheered, and which gave great pleasure to the soldiers. Visits from such men, and speeches to the volunteers has a good effect, and seems to
The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A card from Miss Joey Guggenheim--she refuses to play on Sunday . (search)
of making me appear in old pieces, and of keeping the "Elves" to their own especial profit, or merely to frighten me, I cannot say. At any rate, the first thing I saw yestereay morning in the newspapers, was an announcement to the effect that I was that evening to appear in the "Elves." During the day, however, my agent received a letter from the manager, stating that I had broken my engagement with the Metropolitan Theatre by not playing on Sunday, and by not sending him the manuscript of Tom Taylor's "Overland Route;" consequently he would not allow me to perform that evening. Now, the claiming of manuscripts was simply an idle excuse. By the statement of the machinist, the scenes could not be prepared in two weeks; and I may state here that it is not usual for artists to give into uncertain managerial hands valuable manuscripts two weeks before they can be made legitimate use of. Besides, the manager knew that the parts were not even copied out, and that I was hard at work on the