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Metropolitan Hall.

--At this popular place of amusement, Lee Mallory's "War Illustratrations " draws still all who appreciate the superb in landscape painting and the inventive craft of the maker and mover of the automatic drama. From the first to the last act, each painted scene and seemingly vitalized figure, superinduces that illusion which gives, for the nonce, a life-like reality to the exhibition of rural life and battle pictures. --Another grand matinee takes place at 11 o'clk to-day, when our juvenile population will have a chance of enjoying the beautiful and the picturesque, linked with the mirth-provoking antics of automations. We learn that Mr. Mallory has in preparation some taking additions to the diorama.

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