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olin, and to which were added interesting tableau vicants, the whole under the management of Prof Whiff, late of Petersburg. I do not propose to refer to the performances in detail, but chiefly to the parts performed by members of the regiment. It is sufficient to remark that Prof. Whiff and lady showed themselves familiar with the silence of music, and that the fair daughters of Abingdon acquitted themselves quite handsomely. The first of the 56th who appeared on the stage were Adjutant Goods and Capt. Nicholas--the former performing on the violin, and the latter on the in conjunction. The Adjutant played, as a gentleman at my bo remarked, "a fiddle;" and in reference to the performance of Capt. Nicho friend of his said that "Billy is a very handy little fellow with his banjo" Lieut. Flournoy sang bass to the tune of Annie Laurie, of which Miss Lettle Johnston sang the air Lieut Field, Lieut. Wichie and several others, were on the stage, and acted the parts allotted