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Theatre.

--‘"The Doom of Deville"’ is to be repeated to-night, to gratify the wishes of many admirers of ‘"Ledger dramas."’ We have never seen it, and cannot, therefore, speak of its merits from personal observation; but the fact that it draws good houses is sufficient evidence of the popularity of the play.--Miss Jocy Gougenheim, whose fascinations seem to have smitten the gallant young gentlemen of Richmond, will sustain the leading part. An amusing force concludes the performance.

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