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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource], A Washington Judge and a Lawyer at Loggerheads. (search)
heatre, owing to some cause which is not easily explained, has fallen into bad repute, and the owner has been compelled to stop the dramatic performances to save herself from serious pecuniary loss. It was understood to have been leased to Mr. Samuel Glenn, of the Norfolk Theatre, but he failed to comply with his part of the contract, and the consequence was, that the whole machinery stopped, and the actors and actresses scattered to the four points of the compass. There is a rumor that the establishment will re-open on the 1st of January with Grau's Italian Opera Company, but we have reason to believe that this is an error. With a first-class company, under good management, a good business might be done here. Miss Ida Vernon, a well-known actress of this city, had a complimentary benefit in Wilmington, North Carolina, last Tuesday night, tendered her by the most prominent citizens of that place. The play was "Camille," the exceedingly French production of Dumas the younger.