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The Daily Dispatch: May 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee Dramatic and Musical Intelligence. (search)
ll engagements at Liverpool, Dublin, and London, where his brother, Mr. John Drew, is most kindly remembered; Mrs. T. C. Foster, whose nom de theatre was Miss Kate Saxon, died recently at London. Miss Saxon came to this country in 1853, with her husband, and for five years she played leading business and light comedy in the pMiss Saxon came to this country in 1853, with her husband, and for five years she played leading business and light comedy in the principal cities and towns of the North and of Canada. She returned to England in 1858, and made a great hit as Jenny Wildbriar in Falconer's comedy, "Extremes." The disease which caused her death is said to have been superinduced by disappointment at having this part given to another lady. Miss Saxon is generally regretted. Miss Saxon is generally regretted. Gran's opera troupe closed their engagement at the Holliday-street Theatre, Baltimore, last evening. John E. Owens, the comedian, is playing to good houses at Wood's Theatre, Louisville, Ky. The Davenport Wallack Combination Company are at Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati, playing their usual characters. Miss Julia D