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Clifton (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 18
Metropolitan Hall. --The joint benefit of Messrs. Buckley and Clifton takes place to-night; and if professional popularity be entitled to its due reward, to say nothing of the rich and varied attractions of the programme, the house will be thronged in every part. Since the first organization of the Southern Harmonious, Buckley has been prominent in the "leading business" of the burnt-cork opera, and has conducted it in a style which proves his capacities in that respect beyond a doubt. Clifton, though more recently attached to the troupe, has proved himself useful in his line and acceptable to the public. To-night, in addition to the fine selection of music, laughable burlesque, and peculiar dances, Mille Wallace will make the dangerous, yet graceful, ascent of the tight rope, which thrills every spectator with wonder and amazement.
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Metropolitan Hall. --The joint benefit of Messrs. Buckley and Clifton takes place to-night; and if professional popularity be entitled to its due reward, to say nothing of the rich and varied attractions of the programme, the house will be thronged in every part. Since the first organization of the Southern Harmonious, Buckley has been prominent in the "leading business" of the burnt-cork opera, and has conducted it in a style which proves his capacities in that respect beyond a doubt. Clifton, though more recently attached to the troupe, has proved himself useful in his line and acceptable to the public. To-night, in addition to the fine selection of music, laughable burlesque, and peculiar dances, Mille Wallace will make the dangerous, yet graceful, ascent of the tight rope, which thrills every spectator with wonder and amazement.
Metropolitan Hall. --The joint benefit of Messrs. Buckley and Clifton takes place to-night; and if professional popularity be entitled to its due reward, to say nothing of the rich and varied attractions of the programme, the house will be thronged in every part. Since the first organization of the Southern Harmonious, Buckley has been prominent in the "leading business" of the burnt-cork opera, and has conducted it in a style which proves his capacities in that respect beyond a doubt. Buckley has been prominent in the "leading business" of the burnt-cork opera, and has conducted it in a style which proves his capacities in that respect beyond a doubt. Clifton, though more recently attached to the troupe, has proved himself useful in his line and acceptable to the public. To-night, in addition to the fine selection of music, laughable burlesque, and peculiar dances, Mille Wallace will make the dangerous, yet graceful, ascent of the tight rope, which thrills every spectator with wonder and amazement.
Metropolitan Hall. --The joint benefit of Messrs. Buckley and Clifton takes place to-night; and if professional popularity be entitled to its due reward, to say nothing of the rich and varied attractions of the programme, the house will be thronged in every part. Since the first organization of the Southern Harmonious, Buckley has been prominent in the "leading business" of the burnt-cork opera, and has conducted it in a style which proves his capacities in that respect beyond a doubt. Clifton, though more recently attached to the troupe, has proved himself useful in his line and acceptable to the public. To-night, in addition to the fine selection of music, laughable burlesque, and peculiar dances, Mille Wallace will make the dangerous, yet graceful, ascent of the tight rope, which thrills every spectator with wonder and amazement.