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Comedy of Self. --Mrs. Bateman's excellent comedy, which was performed with great success at the Richmond Theatre a few years since, will be produced to-night. Miss Bateman appears as "Mary Apex," Mr. Bateman as "John Unit," and Mr. T. L. Moxley as "Aunt Chloe." This is an assurance that the play will be well performed; but in addition, the general cast of characters has been judiciously made, including Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. De Bar, Miss Ida Vernon, Messrs. Meldrum, Bailey, Warwick, &c. The incidents of this play are irresistibly humorous, and it is admitted everywhere to be the best portrayal of American peculiarities ever placed upon the stage. It has been for some time in preparation at our Theatre, and its production will be distinguished by all the merit of stage and scenic effect in the ample resources of the establishment. We well remember the enjoyment the comedy of "Self" imparted to our citizens four winters ago, and we anticipate a renewal of the pleasure on this occa
p the amount of $870,000 put into the hands of Bailey. The supposed Results of protest. Muc is buill. Mr. Drinkard's conversation with Mr. Bailey, expressing very gloomy views of the consequ and spoke wholly without my authority. Mr. Bailey's connection with the Affair. It must bal or private; no association; no reason why Mr. Bailey should imperil his character and destroy hisubject, of the man he desired to serve. Mr. Bailey's Confession. Mr. Bailey's letter to meMr. Bailey's letter to me, dated the 19th of December, revealing the fact of the abstraction of the bonds, and his possessionlosed, and so every honest man will decide. Mr. Bailey, in this letter, asks for a personal intervincerted plans, and made his disclosure. Mr. Bailey does not leave the reason for this change ofe depository of such a secret, and therefore Mr. Bailey concluded very properly that farther concealew perffectly well. The committee knew that Mr. Bailey had gotten Mr. Thompson, the Secretary of th[8 more...]