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to get re-printed on your side of the water, hence I need say nothing about them nor of the occasions, only that the presenters of both were refreshingly in earnest and disposed to regard the matter as by no means and idle formal. "Commodore" Nutt and Miss Minnie Warren appear to be successful in their "receptions." I have no particular taste for deficiencies or deformities of any kind, but if people will go and see dwarfs — as will probably be the case for all time. --they can hardly hope than the masculine one it would be difficult to fancy. For dwarfs (whom I have observed to have a proclivity toward ugliness) both lady and gentleman are prepossessing in appearance, while the latter is not devoid of a certain power of mimicry. Nutt informed a friend of mine that if "the General" and Mrs. Tom Thumb had proved congenial that he would willingly have taken a London theatre; so that we have just missed a dwarf play-house to be opened this Christmas. I suppose the Thumbs had prov