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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1860., [Electronic resource], Death of the last survivor of the battle of Bunker Hill. (search)
Theatre. --We are confident that all the patrons of the Theatre will be gratified to learn that the engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Waller is to be prolonged, and that during a portion of this week they will produce some of those excellent pieces iMrs. Waller is to be prolonged, and that during a portion of this week they will produce some of those excellent pieces in which they are really inimitable. We need scarcely adopt the usual phrases of compliment in speaking of these attractive performers, for it is admitted universally that Mrs. Waller is, (with perhaps the exception of Charlotte Cushman,) the greateMrs. Waller is, (with perhaps the exception of Charlotte Cushman,) the greatest tragic actress now on the stage, and Mr. Waller has achieved a high reputation in the parts in which he appears. It is due to the management to say that they have, in the various plays lately produced, arranged the "cast" in a satisfactory manneMr. Waller has achieved a high reputation in the parts in which he appears. It is due to the management to say that they have, in the various plays lately produced, arranged the "cast" in a satisfactory manner, and the leading stars can have no reason to complain of a want of adequate support. We may therefore anticipate a week of genuine amusement at the Theatre, and we advise our readers to go and see some of the finest acting ever witnessed in Richmo