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Theatre.

--During the first week of her engagement, Miss Josephine Guggenheim has proved herself a most available actress in the delineation of comedy, and this, with her personal attractions, ought to ensure her a heavy welcome at the opening of the second week.--We did not have the pleasure of seeing her in the excellent comedy of An Unequal March" which was produced on Friday and Saturday nights; but have been informed that her acting was really superb. To night we are to have another of Tom Taylor's comedies, called "The Babes in the Wood," a new piece, never produced here, and we predict for the handsome young actress another triumph.

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