EARLY LEXINGTON KY DANCING MASTERS(1787 - 1820)

DANCING MASTERS OF EARLY LEXINGTON [KY]

Source: The Early Life of Lexington [KY] before the Year 1820, Mary Estelle Delcamp, A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Transylvania College in Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Arts June, 1916

NAME PLACE OF INSTRUCTION DATE IN GAZETTE
Blackmer, Mr. Daley's Ballroom Sept. 6, 1803
Cipriani, Mr. On Hill Street Jan. 29, 1811
Darrac, John Mrs. Beck's Academy Jan. 30, 1815
Davenport, John Capt. Young's Mar. 22, 1788
Dayley, Wm.   Mar. 18, 1787
Juibert, Henry Ballroom on Short Feb. 19, 1819
Holdish, B.   July 11, 1798
Lane, Garrett At the Hotel Sept. 3, 1811
Long, Benj. Mr. Coyle's House Aug. 15, 1814
Lourmier, Chas. V. Maj. Morrison's on High Aug. 1799
Moriarty, Jeremiah Capt. Young's June 6, 1789
Nugent, Mr. Principal dancer at theater of Phila. and Charleston
Mr. Bradley's Ballroom
Dec. 25, 1804
Permanent Dancing School Opposite Postoffice Sept. 10, 1805
Permanent Dancing School Opposite Col. Hart's Aug. 5, 1806
Schaffer, Mr. Mr. Giron's Ballroom Mar. 17, 1820

[author's] N.B. In the case of one or two, the date given may not be the very first notice; But even in those cases the date is within an issue or two of the very first notice.

Transcribed March 2003 by pb

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