--This popular place of resort is nightly thronged to witness the spirited personations of Mr. Couldock
, a gentleman of more than ordinary attachments in the line of his profession.
His rendition of various characters has been so masterly, that play-goers feel no hesitation in going to the Theatre when his name is on the bills.
Last night he succeeded in pleasing a large auditory in two diverse and difficult characters, and to-night he essays the portrayal (in Louis XI.) of one requiring the talent and energy of both combined.
He will no doubt be equal to the occasion and its requirements, and those who attend may look out for a rich histrionic repast.
A favorite farce concludes the evening's entertainment.