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Mr. Couldock.--The anticipations indulged in last Monday morning, relative to a splendid performance of the character of Luke Fielding, were more than fulfilled by Mr. Couldock, and the large audience at the Theatre manifested their appreciatiMr. Couldock, and the large audience at the Theatre manifested their appreciation of true merit by giving him hearty rounds of applause. A really good actor, like Mr. Couldock, never fails to receive full encouragement in Richmond, let the times be as they may. He was twice called before the curtain on Monday night, and well hMr. Couldock, never fails to receive full encouragement in Richmond, let the times be as they may. He was twice called before the curtain on Monday night, and well he deserved the compliment. Mrs. Phillips played finely in the character of Rose Fielding, and indeed, as a general thing, the members of the company acquitted themselves well. Last night, the play of "Richelieu" was produced, and of the merits of tts of the performance we may have something to say hereafter. "Willow Copse" will be played to-night, with Mr. Couldock as Luke Fielding, a character in which he excels. The laughable farce of "Dead Shot" will conclude the evening's entertainment.