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Interesting lecture, to-night. --Rev. John C. McCabe, D. D., late of Baltimore, (whence he was driven for declining to pray for the President of the United States,) will to-night deliver the second of the series of lectures heretofore announced. The proceeds will be devoted to the amelioration in some degree of the sufferings of the inhabitants of Hampton, and the lecture will be delivered at the Broad street Methodist Church, corner of 10th street. That it will be an intellectual entertainment of a high order, we have every assurance. The lecturer, besides possessing eminent abilities, has many claims to the favor of a Richmond audience. If the church is not crowded to-night, it should be, at any rate. Other gentlemen, of acknowledged literary powers and acquirements, follow in the above good work on each Thursday night till the course is completed.