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1896
you! - I've had a lovely time" &c. Then a man played on the piano and then Chevalier bounced out and sang "Misses 'Awkins" most delightfully - drawling & gesturing & grimacing most inimitably. Then he sang "An thin I fink. It's h'all a blank. A dusty dirty des-set. It' ayn't exactly wot he ses But the nawsty my 'e ses hit!" He was another person from the "'Awkins! Then an oldish man did some clever palming and sleight of hand performances. With a bland faced gentleman as a funny "assistant". - Then Chevalier again with a "poipe" and a dear old man's make up with a pathetic character song. "We've bin thegither forty year - It's not a b dy too much. There ayn't a lydy in the land I swap for my old Dutch. My dear - old dutch." For an encore he sang a roaring funny thing - in gray trousers - black & yellow striped waistcoat with sweater with "waistcoat" over & a derby! It was a waltz & a regular bowery air - & such faces and paces. Something about "I'm dead nuts on dancing." He was quite irresistible in that dance! The "musical monologuist" was roaring funny a fat - handsome - tenor man - who could make himself

1896
you! - I've had a lovely time" &c. Then a man played on the piano and then Chevalier bounced out and sang "Misses 'Awkins" most delightfully - drawling & gesturing & grimacing most inimitably. Then he sang "An thin I fink. It's h'all a blank. A dusty dirty des-set. It' ayn't exactly wot he ses But the nawsty my 'e ses hit!" He was another person from the "'Awkins! Then an oldish man did some clever palming and sleight of hand performances. With a bland faced gentleman as a funny "assistant". - Then Chevalier again with a "poipe" and a dear old man's make up with a pathetic character song. "We've bin thegither forty year - It's not a b dy too much. There ayn't a lydy in the land I swap for my old Dutch. My dear - old dutch." For an encore he sang a roaring funny thing - in gray trousers - black & yellow striped waistcoat with sweater with "waistcoat" over & a derby! It was a waltz & a regular bowery air - & such faces and paces. Something about "I'm dead nuts on dancing." He was quite irresistible in that dance! The "musical monologuist" was roaring funny a fat - handsome - tenor man - who could make himself

1896
you! - I've had a lovely time" &c. Then a man played on the piano and then Chevalier bounced out and sang "Misses 'Awkins" most delightfully - drawling & gesturing & grimacing most inimitably. Then he sang "An thin I fink. It's h'all a blank. A dusty dirty des-set. It' ayn't exactly wot he ses But the nawsty my 'e ses hit!" He was another person from the "'Awkins! Then an oldish man did some clever palming and sleight of hand performances. With a bland faced gentleman as a funny "assistant". - Then Chevalier again with a "poipe" and a dear old man's make up with a pathetic character song. "We've bin thegither forty year - It's not a b dy too much. There ayn't a lydy in the land I swap for my old Dutch. My dear - old dutch." For an encore he sang a roaring funny thing - in gray trousers - black & yellow striped waistcoat with sweater with "waistcoat" over & a derby! It was a waltz & a regular bowery air - & such faces and paces. Something about "I'm dead nuts on dancing." He was quite irresistible in that dance! The "musical monologuist" was roaring funny a fat - handsome - tenor man - who could make himself
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