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Theatre. --A well-filled house on Wednesday night testified to the popularity of Tom Taylor's comedy of "An Unequal Match." The piece had been produced twice before during Miss Gougenheim's engagement, and on its third representation the audience was more numerous than on either of the previous occasions. The chief merit of this comedy, in our view, consists in its light, smooth, racy dialogue, which amuses the listener throughout, yet never offends. The character of Hester Grazebrook is one in which uncommon spirit and confidence are required to produce an effect; and we are sustained by many excellent judges in the opinion that it was splendidly rendered by Miss Gougenheim. In the last act, where she turns the tables upon her artful rival, and brings about a happy denouement, the audience seemed absolutely carried away with delight. Miss Ida Vernon played the part of Mrs. Montressor with a correct appreciation of its meaning, and Mr Howe is entitled to the same compliment f