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Theatre. --The engagement of Mr. Couldock having terminated last evening, to-night we have the regular stock company, engaged to its full capacity, in the rendition of one of the most telling melodramas of the modern era--"The Three Guardsmen"--a production of thrilling interest, adapted from the French of Dumas' file. Very carefully rehearsed and put upon the stage with the appointments and accessories necessary to give it due affect, it cannot fail to elicit that large share of public support its merits claim. Some three hours will be consumed in the rendition, after which a favorite farce will conclude the evening's entertainment. We understand that Mr. I. B. Phillips, the very efficient stage manager, takes a benefit on Monday night next, and we most cordially wish him the best of luck on the occasion. We feel sure that he will provide a first-rate entertainment. Home Scenes.--Recent issues of the London Illustrated News possess more than ordinary Interest to us dwel