Those inimitable vocalists, the Hutchinsons, have given several concerts in this city, within the last ten days, to crowded and delighted audiences, and never have their voices seems more charming. Their last concert is to be given this Friday evening, at the Meionian, and no doubt will draw an overflowing house. Their songs combine wit, humor, pathos, with pervading reformatory spirit —- and are made nobly subservient to the cause of freedom, peace, temperance, and human brotherhood. Go and hear them.
(Liberator, Nov. 17, 1854,pg 2)