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The Theatre.

--At the North Mr. Jefferson's "Newman Noggs," in Nicholas Nickleby, has been set down as one of the finest and most delicately drawn dramatic creations ever seen there. When he first played it the newspaper critics went into obstacles over the performance. To-night the character will be performed again before our public. The farce of the "Spitfire," than which there isn't a more laughable one on the stage, follows the drama.

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