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Theatre. --The announcement that Mrs. I. B.Phillips is to have a benefit at this establishment tonight, will doubtless be regarded by the numerous admirers of the gifted beneficiary a fitting occasion on which to pay her that substantial meed of praise which they have been heretofore ever ready to bear witness to. A "good house" on such occasions is looked upon by both heroes and queens of the mimic world as the substantial evidence be wanting to-night. The bill of entertainment is varied and interesting. Mrs. P. plays "Rachel, the Jewess," in the romantic drama of that name. Miss Josephine Parker gives us sundry gems of song as "Jenny Leather-lungs." Miss Mary Partington trips it on the light fantastic toe in the Zephyr Dance, while the Priestess in the celebrated Opera of Norma will find a representative for the house in Mr. Lamb, low comedy man of the establishment. The bill is varied to suit all tastes. Go.