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nd kill many who refuse. A few brave souls there are here who delay them; but the majority of the people are cowed by their brutality and great numerical force. Richmond theatrical Performers in New York--Couldn't get through the lines. Barnum advertises the first appearance of the "distinguished English artistes," Mr. and Mrs. Gomersal. The New York Herald, commenting upon this announcement; says: They arrived several months ago, and were part of a company engaged by a rebel agupplied them with their return passage money in gold. This statement somewhat conflicts with the current opinion of the rebel finances, but we suppose that it cannot be disputed. Upon the return of the company from Fortress Monroe to New York Mr. Barnum secured the Gomersal, and they will sing at the Museum all this week, and then go back to England and relinquish the idea of entertaining the rebels in the theatrical line. This is a very sensible programme, and it ought to be carried into eff