MRS. lYIcCLELLAN BROWN,
One of the* most Cultured and Entertaining Lady Speakers in the
Mrs. Brown has addressed numerous audiences in the United States, Scotlamddnd England and has been awarded every¬ where, the highest praise of the press and people. We quote a few from the many notices given her by the
*'Mrs. Brown is a fluent speaker and worthy of the highest rank among female speakers of the day."—Cambridge (Mass.) Tribune.
'* Those who have heard the most popukr female orators, place Mrs. Brown in the front ranks.''—Steubenville (Ohio ) Gazette.
' * Mrs. Brown is still apparantly in the young thirties, and in possession of a most pleasing and intellectual expression of countenance. She spoke as if she had been reared on the rostrum, and every movement of person and modulation of voice was in accordance with Nature's teaching."—Williamsport (Pa.) Gazette and Bulletin, December 20th, 1877.
'*Mrs Brown's Lecture was a masterpiece in every particular."-—Tke Pilot.
**Mrs. Brown equals any lady orator in the zownXxy,''—Nelsonville (O.) Miner.
*' Mrs. M. McClellan Brown, whom many regard as the ablest among the lady platform speakers in the country, addressed a large congregation at Tremont Temple."—Boston (Mass.) Daily Jommal, November 19th, 1878.
• ^ Mrs. Brown's Lecture was one of the finest literary productions we have ever heard."—Greensburg ( Pa.) Herald.
'* This capable and energetic lady is an honor to the sex and to her profess¬ ion."—Philadelphia Stmday Chronicle.
The Herald of Glasgow, Scotland, The Star of London, England, and various other news-papers of Great Britain, have spoken in the highest terms of the suc¬ cess of Mrs. Brown as a speaker before vast audiences of the Old World. SEE POSTERS FOR TIME AND PLACE.
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