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--The stock company at the Theatre has received a valuable acquisition in the person of Mr. Morton, a comedian of rare qualities. The patronage of the establishment continues liberal, and the performances, undisturbed by rows, pass off very pleasantly. --The Zouaves, at Franklin Hall, are getting up some imposing military spectacles, which, with their pantomimes and operatic performances, constitute a highly attractive entertainment. The Zouaves are worth seeing.

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