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The concert to-night.

--The Torriani Musical Amateurs will give their final concert in this city to-night, and, aside from the attractions presented to all lovers of harmony, the occasion should be improved by everyone who seeks to contribute to an object of real and patriotic benevolence. The manager announces that the receipts will be appropriated for the benefit of the First Maryland Regiment, now serving in the army of the Confederate States. The men composing this command are separated from their friends and kindred, and having none but strangers to look after their personal comfort, are poorly provided with means of protection against the blasts of winter. Very recently a movement has been made in their behalf, and if the public will generously second the proposition now made by the South Carolina Amateurs, a handsome amount will be realized. We therefore hope that the African Church will be thronged to-night.

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