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Ethiopian minstrelsy. --The admirers of this sort of amusement, called, by way of distinction, the " Burnt-Cork-Opera"--and their name is legion — will have their most extravagant desires gratified on Wednesday night next, at Metropolitan Hall. "Duprez &Green's Original New Orleans and Metropolitan Burlesque Opera Troupe," will then and there commence a series of performances, which, judging from commendatory notices, will combine all the attractions and pleasantries of Ethiopian minstrelsy.
ard's hands." Union-idolaters in Virginia, who look to Seward as their party leader in the future, may derive some comfort from the above statement. But the New York Journal of Commerce, commenting favorably on the choice of provisional officers to preside over the Southern Confederation, has well said: "It is the weak and the incompetent who plunge their people into war, and precipitate its terrible calamities." The Tribune is out in a dirty and abusive article on Virginia. Gen. Duff Green's idea of "moving Wall street to Richmond," is made the text of its foul discourse. The Tribune also publishes column after column of extracts from Republican newspapers to show that the North is opposed to any compromise whatever. Mr. Hunter stated on yesterday that the effect of the Morrill tariff in New York city would be worse than a bombardment. He added that it was of little use for him to oppose the measure, since the Republicans were bent on passing it. A new lie, ra