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Lecture to-night. The third lecture of the winter course will be delivered to-night at Dr. Moore's church, by John R. Thompson, Esq. His subject is an interesting one--"The genius and character of Edgar A. Poe"--a theme, we venture to say, as full of material to move the soul as any that could be selected. In the hands of so accomplished a gentleman as Mr. Thompson--himself one of our most chaste and beautiful writers of the purest English who, with his acute powers of analysis and deliney, as full of material to move the soul as any that could be selected. In the hands of so accomplished a gentleman as Mr. Thompson--himself one of our most chaste and beautiful writers of the purest English who, with his acute powers of analysis and delineation of character, and true appreciation of genius, has had the advantage of a personal knowledge of poor Poe — the subject must prove most instructive and entertaining. The objects (see advertisement) and the theme call for a full house.