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Theatre — accident to Mr. Richings. --The new operatic drama of the "Magic Bridal" was produced on Saturday night, forher was unfavorable, the Theatre was well filled. Miss Caroline Richings played the part of Medora, and Mr. Richings that oMr. Richings that of the Marquis Posilippo. The plot of the piece is somewhat intricate, but his novelty renders it in cresting. The acting and singing of Miss Richings was excellent, as it always is; and Miss Kate Newton and Mrs. DeBar are also deserving of complimrise of the curtain disclosed the reason of the delay. Mr. Richings was observed to move as if in great pain, and coming foImmediately there was a general cry of "Stop the play." Mr. Richings, however, made another attempt to proceed with his partd informed the audience that it would be impossible for Mr. Richings to go on. This unfortunate termination was much regrett to learn yesterday that the accident would not prevent Mr. Richings from appearing in the piece to-night. The "Magic Brida