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pe that she will not leave us without giving at least one concert. Many persons, who think it wrong to enter a theatre, are extremely desirous to hear her. She would fill the largest room in the city without the slightest difficulty. Mr.Peter Richings, it is needless to say, was what he always has been, and always will be as long as he treads the boards. He has now been on the stage nearly forty years; yet his eye is not dimmed, nor his native force abated, and he retains all the freshnesery character was well sustained. The Enchantress will be repeated to-night. We therefore feel it due to the Managers to let such parts of the public as have not seen it know what manner of piece it is. In a word, then, it is the most gorgeous spectacle ever exhibited on this stage. It is full of incident, and the interest never lags for a moment. The Enchantress, even in the hands of an inferior person, is a great part. In those of Miss Richings it is magnificent — that is the word.