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--Mr. Couldock's rendition of "Richelieu," on Tuesday night, was a master-piece of acting, and we need bestow upon it no higher compliment than this. We are gratified to state that he was very well supported, and the patronage of the public on the occasion was on a liberal scale. To-night Mr. Couldock appears as "Caleb Plummer," in the beautiful drama founded on Dickens' story of the "Cricket on the Hearth." The entertainment will conclude with the farce of an "Alarming Sacrifice," as a preclude to which the orchestra will perform the ever-popular "Dixie."

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