"Pistols for Two", Freeman's Journal, Dec 22, 1842

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Title

"Pistols for Two", Freeman's Journal, Dec 22, 1842

Subject

Cushman, Charlotte Saunders, 1816-1876
Gossip--Published

Description

This article describes an antagonistic relationship between Charlotte Cushman and Madame Celeste. It indicates that an intellectual duel between the two could be anticipated.


Credit


The British Library Newspapers, Gale Digital Collections

Source

Freeman's Journal

Publisher

Independent News and Media PLC

Date

1842-12-22

Type

Reference

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Text

PISTOLS FOR TWO. ___

Charlotte Cushman, the manageress of the Walnut-street Theatre, Philadelphia, and Madame Celeste are in an antagonistical attitude to each other. A duel is anticipated; weapons, tongues -- distance, from three to ten paces.

"Worth makes the man -- the want[?] of it the fellow!"

Provenance

Archive

Gale Primary Sources

Location

Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Geocode (Latitude)

53.3497645

Geocode (Longitude)

-6.2602732

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Citation

“"Pistols for Two", Freeman's Journal, Dec 22, 1842,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed May 28, 2024, https://www.archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/548.

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