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The Varieties.

--During the past week this little box has been literally crammed, and, we are glad to say, with quiet and attentive audiences. The ladies, too, have taken it under their patronage, and nightly attend. The performances generally are highly creditable, and, in fact, such plays as The Mountaineers, Ingomar, and even Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, have been rendered with considerable effect. To-night, Messenger's play of ‘"A New Way to Pay Old Debts," ’ Sir Giles Overreach, by Mr. Dalton, will be performed, with the laughable farce of Bamboozle. Miss Ella Wren is fast recovering from her protracted illness, and will make her re- appearance on Monday night next. Mr. Charles Morton will also re-appear. Several new actors are engaged.

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