The New York Times
Unsigned Reprint
17 December 1852

  The Boston Commonwealth says that Emma Snodgrass arrived in town, on Tuesday afternoon, from her tour East and North. She was still in her breeches, and made quite a sensation at the South-end, where she appeared. In the evening she went to the Museum, sporting a model cane, Kossuth hat, frock coat, pants, &c., not to mention an ambitious shirt-collar and flaming scarf. Finding she was too generally recognized, she left "Uncle Tom's Cabin" at the third act.