December 2, 1863

Perham’s Great Enterprise! CONTINUED SUCCESS! THE MELODEON CROWDED NIGHTLY TO SEE THE NEW MIRROR

SECOND WEEK—OF THE—Mirror of the Rebellion

Devoted by the proprietors, to the patriotic object of raising funds for the founding of a National Home for Invalid Soldiers.

For schedule of Donation, Property, and other particular see descriptive bills

National Home Tickets,–good for one share in the donation property, and for admissions to the Mirror—One dollar.  Single admission, 25 cents.

Exhibitions every evening at 7:45 and Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons at 3 o’clock.

Dollar Tickets for sale at the Melodeon, Ditson & Co’s Music Store, Federhen & Co’s 13 court Street, 15 State Street, 76 Washington Street, and at Dyer & Co’s 35 School Street.

Orders by mail or express should be sent to JOSIAH PERHAM, Agent, Adams House, Boston.

From The Boston Daily Advertiser, December 2, 1863 [Historic Newspaper Collection]