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Theatre. --Miss Richings had a large and fashionable audience at her benefit on Friday night last, and the house was again thronged on Saturday night. The lady was made the recipient of a large number of bouquets on both occasions. We are gratified to perceive that her popularity has in no way diminished. Her beautiful bally love," was received on Saturday night with shouts of applause, and the performances generally passed off well. The splendid allegory, at the close, in which Mr. Richings personates Washington, and his daughter the Goddess of Liberty, introducing the "Star Spangled Banner," brought down a round of hearty cheers, showing that then a round of hearty cheers, showing that the audience felt a sort of patriotic inspiration. The new Indian play of Magnolia, which, we are assured, is full of interest, is to be produced tonight. The pretty sketch of the "Household Fairy," in which Miss Richings and Mr. Howe were much applauded last week, will also be repeated.