EGYPTIAN HALL

... attractions of the evening by the appelt1atiecO `t the celebrated American autlsoress wvico, under the s)oisl le plume of Grace Greenwood, has wetn steels well-deservcel 1p'lit' larity in booth hemispheres. This well-known postess, eass: it, and novelist, ...

Published: Sunday 11 July 1875
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 488 | Page: 10 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... Haps and Mishaps of a Tour in Europe. By Grace Greenwood. Bentley. This is a volume of small talk as agreeable as it is pos- sible for any talk that is unquestionably and extremely small to be. Grace Greenwood visits England, Ireland, Scot- land, France ...

LITERARY MISCELLANEA

... amour, running through his quiet low- toned' talk. Poets lead to politics. er. Cobdepa gives Grace Green1wood toa-aud Grace Greenwood pays Dir, Cobden hack with her usual coinage of admiration:- ' Richard Cobded' I found to be, personaly? all that his ...

LITERATURE

... dearth the public may know where to apply for relief. Haps and Mishaps of a Tour in Burope. By GRACE a GREENwOOD. Bentley. Grace Greenwood is an American who has written d off her impressions of Europe in a remarkably s pleasirg style and with much graphic ...

LITERATURE, ART, AND SCIENCE

... a nev series of popular letters on thoe. subject of agri- cultural chemistry. They nrc addressedo to Alderman Mechi. Grace Greenwood, thoe well-known American autho- Iess, lectured at Tremiont Tomple, hil Boston, Noveni- ber 15, to an immense audienec ...

MUSIC

... spirit of it as gaily as if it were a charade, and yet retaining an evident sense of their responsibility to the public. Grace Greenwood, of the Yew York Times, has, during the week, concluded the programme with some striking Yankee recita- tions in costume ...

Varieties

... us look with pride and satis- ction en the graves of their friends, is the advortisament of AWcstern stonc cutter. if Grace Greenwood bad the framing of the law only such iomn shonld be allowed to vote as had sewing machines and new how to use them. Josh ...

MAGAZINES

... UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT.- A tragical affair, says the BaUimre Sun, oactiiued in Alexandria, La., last week, between Miss Grace Greenwood and Mr. W. E. Anderton, who were members of a theatrical company which have been giving exhibitions in that city. The ...

NEW MUSIC

... German of Heinrich Heine by Mary Howitt. 'The same may be said of I never will grow old by the same composer, words by Grace Greenwood, whose determination we highly commend. Either of these songs will be found useful in the schoolroom.- Two Wreaths and ...

Published: Saturday 30 November 1872
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1393 | Page: 13, 14 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERARY VARIETIES

... LITERARY VARIETIES. DICKENS AT HlocE.-Miss Grace Greenwood, who is writing a series of letters from London to the National Era, an aboliti- onist paper, published at Washington, furnishes the following scene:- On Thursday evening Idined with Mr.and Mrs ...

LITERARY AND ART GOSSIP

... previnouly beer written of the Queen's life-notabiy, the teceist one bzy Mrs. Oliphant, and another by au AniieDrcan writer, Grace Greenwood; but Miss Tgtler's book is, we gather,-the first real attempt that has been inade to give a trne and actual story of the ...

VARIETIES

... A marriage certifi- bul cats ?- Yes, your honour-, three onl 'emt-two gals and a lee-i ?? foe' ties plaintiff. ross Grace Greenwood, when in Italy, on asking a peer wa3 woman who lead placed one candle at ties image of a Saint, for sand another at ties ...