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Messrs. Kunkel & Moxley. --These estimable and worthy gentlemen have been, with great acceptability to the play- going public, the lessees of the Richmond Theatre for the past four seasons — luring which they have most successfully catered to the refined tastes of the lovers of the drama here. They modestly put forth their claims for a remembrance from those whom they have sought so often to gratify and please. It is to be hoped that on the occasion, (to-night,) their past efforts to minister to the intellectual gratification of the people will be found not to have been in vain. They deserve well of the citizens, and we trust that it may be demonstrated to-night that even in the vortex of revolution, a general recollection of their claims is still preserved. Despite the hard times, they have maintained not only their playing, but paying credit. --The bill offered by them to-night is unsurpassed in point of attractiveness. Give the Managers a lift.