The New York Times
Unsigned Article
2 October 1852

[From] Great Britain


  . . . "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is likely to become as popular on the stage as it is in the home circle; one version of it has already been produced at a suburban minor theatre in the east end of the town: on Monday, another version by FITZBALL, of melodramatic celebrity, will be brought out at the Olympic, and other pieces founded on the tale are in preparation at other houses.