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Afternoon Concert. --In compliance with the wishes of many of our citizens, Miss Caroline Richings will give a Concert at the Mechanics' Institute, on Saturday afternoon, assisted by Mr. Peter Richings, Mr. Kunkel, Mr. Benedict, and others, The orchestra will be under the direction of Mr. Rosenberger. The programme for the occasion embraces many choice selections, which cannot fail to gratify the musical taste of a Richmond audience.--The songs of Miss Richings are always received with rapturous applause. We hope the hall will be crowded with the beauty and fashion of the city.
Complimentary benefit. A number of our citizens, desirous of manifesting their regard for Miss Caroline Richings, and their appreciation of her efforts to please the public, have tendered to her a "complimentary benefit," and to-night has been selected for the occasion. Miss Richings is probably the most popular actress that has ever played in Richmond. Her engagements have been prolonged far beyond the usual sojourn of theatrical "Stars," and she still retains those powers of attractioet. We hope the testimonial of to-night will be equal to her merits. The plays announced are the "National Guard" and "Wooing in Jest." In the course of the evening Miss Richings will sing nine songs, and Mr. Richings appears in prominent parts. set. We hope the testimonial of to-night will be equal to her merits. The plays announced are the "National Guard" and "Wooing in Jest." In the course of the evening Miss Richings will sing nine songs, and Mr. Richings appears in prominent parts.