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Theatre. --The beautiful drama of the "Willow Copse," having, on two previous occasions, been received with the liveliest demonstrations of satisfaction, will be repeated tonight, and we earnestly advise all those who wish to witness some really superb acting, to avail themselves of this opportunity. Mr. Couldock, in the character of Luke Fielding, portrays the various emotions of the human heart with such an intensity of feeling, that an irresistible feeling of sympathy gets possession of the audience, and we have seen many a strong man give way under its potent influence. Mrs. Phillips, unquestionably, represents the character of Rose Fielding with more truth than any lady who has ever undertaken the part in our Theatre. The other members of the company do exceedingly well, and we give them full credit for their exertions. The performance will conclude with a new farce called. "Keno," which draws well everywhere else, and ought to do so at the Theatre, if worked up in an ag