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een able to laugh as we did then, from that time to this. We roared, we shouted, we screamed, we fairly danced in the box, until we attracted the attention of everybody in the house. We leant over, as though we were ready to jump into the pit. Gilbert was manager at that time, and we believe he opened the house.--There was no such thing as starring then, and when a manager got a good company it generally staid with him for a considerable time. Gilbert had an excellent company, as may be judgGilbert had an excellent company, as may be judged from the names we have already recorded. In 1821, Booth came over and played in that theatre the first time he ever played in any theatre in America. "Old Diary" has undergone many vicissitudes since that time. It has had many managers, and we are afraid few of them made money. Some of the best players and the best vocalists ever known in the world have played and sung upon its boards. Its history might be made very interesting; but it is gone, and we look back with melancholy pleas
The new flag gotten up in our army on the Potomac, is the St. Andrews' cross, that is, a cross in the form of an X. The flag is nearly square, of deep red, the cross of blue, reaching from corner to corner, and surrounded with stars. Brown's Hotel, at Washington, was lately sold to Andrew Potts, Cornellus Wendell, and Thos. J. Fisher. A select committee, in the Kentucky House of Representatives, has reported resolutions expelling Representatives Elliott, Wathemson, Merritt, Ewing, Silvertooth, Gilbert, Boone, and King, for aiding the rebellion.
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Ranaway--$25 reward --A negroman named Gilbert, aged between 40 and 50 years. His color is black whickers grey, under the calm. He is about six feet high; black hair. His clothing a black coat and plaid summer pants I bought him at Dickinson & Hill's suction from last Tuesday. He was brought here by a gentleman named Thos. G. Neal, of North Carolina. He left my premises Saturday afternoon, between 2 and 3 o'clock. The above reward will be paid by M. A. Myers, 66 Main street, Richmond Va., Or lodged in some convenient Jail de 30--16th Feb