"Rogers (the poet) and the Misses Cushman", Northern Star, Dec 8, 1849

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Title

"Rogers (the poet) and the Misses Cushman", Northern Star, Dec 8, 1849

Subject

Muspratt, Susan Cushman, 1822-1859
Actors and Actresses--US American
Gender Norms
Reputation
Criticism
Relationships-- Intimate--Same-sex
Rumors

Description

This short entry concerns the rumours about Susan Cushman's wedding and Samuel Roger's wife's remark that the former should marry her sister Charlotte Cushman.

Credit

NCSE: Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition

Source

Northern Star

Publisher

Josiah Hobson

Date

1849-12-08

Type

Reference

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Text

ROGERS (THE POET) AND THE MISSES CUSHMAN.—

 

The younger Miss Cushman was congratulated one day by Mrs. Rogers on a report of her approaching marriage. She denied the rumour, adding that she did not think it probable that she should ever marry, as she had not met any one of a manly tone of mind; if she ever married, it would be one of a strong masculine nature. "Indeed," replied the wit, "then why don't you marry your sister?" —

+++ Living Authors of England (American.)

Provenance

Archive

NCSE

Location

Leeds, Yorkshire, England

Geocode (Latitude)

53.7974185

Geocode (Longitude)

-1.5437941

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Citation

“"Rogers (the poet) and the Misses Cushman", Northern Star, Dec 8, 1849,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed May 28, 2024, https://www.archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/568.

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