excerpt from 'Jimmy Glover, His Book' pp. 188-9 (95 words)

excerpt from 'Jimmy Glover, His Book' pp. 188-9 (95 words)

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Jimmy Glover, His Book

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It was at the Trocadero that Eugene Stratton, who married a daughter of "Pony" Moore, of Moore and Burgess' minstrels, first trod the English music-halls, when he left the St. James Hall and Burnt-cork land; it was the old story, with a black face they knew him and loved him, yet when he sang "The Whistling Coon" with a white face, well, as the American Lady says, "there were chilblains in the box-office." Frost, large and deep, attended poor Eugene so back he had to go to popularity, fame and fortune with the burnt-cork make-up.

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