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Pante Chnoptonmon.
Metropolitan Hall.

D. BidwellLessee

(Also, proprietor of Academy of Music, New Crieans, La.)

Lee MalloryActing Manager.

Magnificent Scenic
Automatic Spectacle!
Five Hundred Thousand
Life like Figures.

Ler Mallory's
War Illustrations.
Benefit of the Ladies'
National Defence Association,
of Richmond

All tickets sold by the above are good for admission at any advertised exhinition.

This great work of art, unsurpassed, of its kind, either in the Old or the New World, and which was exhibited to crowded houses upwards of
One Hundred
Consecutive Nights
In New Orleans,

Will be opened for time in this city
Thursday Night, 27th March.

And every Night untill further notice also, on Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock A. M., fro the accommodation of Ladies and Juvenites.

The panoramic views, showing of attractive localities in New Orleans; the departure of the Washington Artillery, and of rural Louislana, and the beautiful moon-light scene of Pas, Mauchac, were painted by an artist from made on the spot, and aacknowledged true and natural transcripts by the press and citizens.

The auditor has befors his eyes perfect

Views of Louisiana
Prairie, Swamp,
Sugar Plantation Life
Soldier' life
Is illustrated in the , the march, and
the tent. before and after battle. The
Pyrotechnic Displays
Introduced in the of the
battle of Manassas.
The Panoramic Views and the number of figures introduced are unequalled.
Among the most superb
Triumphs of Art
Are the loading and firing of
detachment of the
Washington Artillery
and the
wounded Officer
and his
Faithfl Steep.

Hamorous Automatoes from time to time
afford a striking contrast to the
Serious and Pathetic.

A full Military Band in sttendance nightly.

Exhibitions every Night, and Matince evers Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock A. M.

Admission, 50 cents Children and servants, halp price Reserved seats, 75 cents

Doors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at 8

Tickets for sale at the Bocksteres of West & Johnston, Woodhouse &Co, Randolph &Co, A Morris, G. L. Bidgood, and at the Box-Office at the Hall from 9 A. M. till 5 P. M.

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