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Blind Tom.

--The manifold disadvantages of bad weather, which produce a visible effect upon nearly everything, animate and inanimate, do not apparently interrupt the successful career of little Tom, the blind negro pianist. Every night the African Church is thronged with the beauty and fashion of the city, who never fail to receive an adequate compensation in the wonderful performances of the youthful musician. Tom's merits are so well known that we need not enlarge upon them; but as there may be many persons in the city who have not yet taken advantage of the opportunity of judging for themselves, we would suggest the propriety of their doing so during the present week.

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