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--Manager Hewitt's new play, ‘"The Man of Nerve,"’ founded upon some of the more recent incidents of the present era, has met with a flattering reception; and we have here another proof of the inefficiency of Lincoln's blockade. We find at home not only the elements of human sustenance, but of popular amusement, a necessity which we could not patiently dispense with. With commendable liberality, the theatrical management now offers a benefit for the Charleston sufferers, and we confidently predict that it will be a substantial one. We invite attention to the programme for to-night's performance.

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