PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS

... PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS FROM ST. JAMES'S, LONDON, ■¥XTjlO bn*e hetn roccirtsl wlili unlvundetl appltote W til th« principal eltlea of Hur*»pc and Amenea, nod ju*r c-oipli tLcir flnal uerfornianc iiaSnNtni, artier* Mirf bavr by apwarde |«ople during ...

PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS

... PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS. aerotnpUahed troupe made tlielr appearance Kltrey'a large room Tbnredav night and laat night. Thera waa moat faahionahle and crowded audience on each evening. The amusement wore of the moat original aad amtiamg character, and ...

.oc .. PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS

... .. PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS. the Broadway, New York, and St . London who l•eell received with applause in a 1! tlto principal Cities of Europe America, and are nowgieiiijj iheir final performances Dublin, where iliey haee been patronised hy upwards 0f20 ...

PELL’S ORIGINAL AMERICAN MINSTRELS, who, for three ireeke, »t the Victone Hall, drew tbs Isrsest sod most ..

... PELL’S ORIGINAL AMERICAN MINSTRELS, who, for three ireeke, »t the Victone Hall, drew tbs Isrsest sod most hahionsbls sodissoss ssss seso I« Ballast, and pronounced by tbs sthola local Press ba tbs bast sssr giseo is that tosro. Danas tbs Eotsrtainmsot ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1858
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
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STONEHAVEN

... hold the centenary and anniversary the birth Burns (the 25th of January 1859) as a (lay of festivity and rejoicing. Pell's American Minstrels pave a concert in the Temperance Hall on Monday evening. The house was respectably filled. The performance was considered ...

WAR IN EUROPE

... predict crowded houses for her during her stay in Kilkenny. Pell’s American Minstrels.— The greatest treat that our city has yet enjoyed is the dinary performance of Fell’a American Minstrels, who are to visit Kilkenny for one day (Tuesday) ...

MONTROSE

... and passed off in a very successful manner. Negro Minstrels. —On Friday and Saturday evenings, a party of four musicians, having their visages corked, and styling themselves Pell's American Minstrels, gave two entertainments in the Guild Hall. With the ...

MONTROSE, ARBROATH, AND BRECHIN REVIEW, FRIDAY, Oct. 22, 1858

... attention. The collection the sermons and public meeting amounted to from L.B L.9. Pell’s American Minstrels. —On the evenings of Friday and Saturday last, this American troupe,” under the management Mr Pelham, gave a concert in the Guild- Hall here. From ...

MECHANICS’ HALL, ABERDEEN

... MECHANICS’ HALL, ABERDEEN. PELL’S AMERICAN MINSTRELS. POSITIVELY THE LAST SIGHT. This evening (Saturday), Oct. 23,1858. Reserved Seats, 2s. : Second Seats, Is. ; Gallery, fid. Doors open at half-past Seven—commence at Eight o’clock. MECHANICS’ HALL, ABERDEEN ...

the gentlemen are inclined to pay up their subscriptions in advance, to meet the present demands of the ..

... five, clergymen or licentiates, to lecture and preach before the congregation —with view to a selection being made. Pell’s American Minstrels, who have been giving entertainments in the Mechanics’ Hall during the week, present this rather rare musical fe ...

Oh Tuesday

... letter to Mr Overend, disapproving the meeting of Irish landlords which Las been abandoned, aud declining to attend. Pell’s American Minstrels are now a tour through the proviuces, and doing good business. Mr Johnston’s extensive premises in George’s Street ...

Published: Wednesday 02 February 1859
Newspaper: Kings County Chronicle
County: Offaly, Republic of Ireland
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