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Mr. Everett in the Lecture Room. --Mr. Everett delivered his lecture on "the early life of Benjamin Franklin, " in Lowell, Mass., last week Dr. Huntington, who presided on the occasion, in behalf of the committee asked the audience during this winter to remain, should any lecturer extend his remarks beyond the 9 o'clock bell, which he knew had the bad effect to scatter a Lowell audience. He had no fears that they would notice the bell this evening, considering the ability of the lecturer, Mr. Everett, whom he would now introduce. Mr. Everett, says the Lowell Courier, was received with loud applause, and commenced by saying that, judging from the remarks just made, the audience had hardly got over associating Bell and Everett, (laughter and applause,) but his theme this evening would be something of a more pleasant nature.