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idea of entertaining the rebels in the theatrical line. This is a very sensible programme, and it ought to be carried into effect. Play actors are a very singular class of people. They never have any opinions or any polities. -- They are equally willing to amuse Democrats or Radicals, Kings or Republicans, Rebels or Loyal-1sts, provided they received their stated salaries in current funds. They know no country, no section, no party. They are very loyal here, and very rebellious down South, and very proud of royal patronage in Europe. They can he all things to all men, and, like a chameleon, they change their colors as they change their ground. The powers that be are the powers for them. They always "render unto Cæsar the things that are Cæsar's," even if they do not always obey the rest of the injunction. They act equally well upon any stage, before any audicfice, under any flag. Undoubtedly, if the Gomersal had performed "The Child of the Regiment" In Richmond they woul