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    has been seri- ously ill since his arrival in New York, and unable to fulfil his engagement at the National Theatre. A private letter gives a very alarming account of his illness, and the dangerous symptoms had not subsided on Subscribers-only content

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    PARts. Monsieur Jollivet, blr F. Tiring; Alexis Rekrbout, Mr Baker; Madam Jollivet, lliess Fitztoelterz Causette, Miss Ayres (from the National Theatre, New Yolki her first apnearance here. THE LADIES' CLUB swili open every eveninc at half poet Seven o'clock. k-rs Subscribers-only content

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    where the fever continued unabated, places being sold at eight times the usual price when she per. formed. The National Theatre, at New York, was destroyed by fire on the morning of the 29th ult. It was supposed to have Subscribers-only content

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    he is less severe upon us than he is upon the stage of Germany. Germany, he observes, has no National Theatre, neither playhouse nor literature that can be said fairly to hold the mirror up to German nature. There must Subscribers-only content

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    what we must come to-we or our descendants. Cornltill contains a delightfully complete and interesting article on the Danish National Theatre. The Danes have had for more than a century a State-supported theatre in Copen- hagen, and what is more Subscribers-only content

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    those who have suffered from the inundation of that Hanseatic town. Last year, they did the same, in the National Theatre at Berlin, for the benefit of Dr. Wilhelm Schrbder. The official report of the inquiry instituted by the Bremen Subscribers-only content

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    Sachs (played for the first time at Nuremberg, in 1531), which was given a few weeks ago in the National Theatre at Berlin. Marie Seebach, the distinguished actress, took part in the performance on that occasion. We now learn that Subscribers-only content

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    were ranged closely together. Franz von Sielcagen, a tragedy by the late Ferdinand Lassalle, has been given at the National Theatre at Berlin, but met with no success, though containing many political allusions. The drama was found to be composed Subscribers-only content

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    pre- viously translated "Julius Caesar," "Coriolanos," and " Antony and Cleopatra), and the play was per- formed in the National Theatre. The Chinese, even, have now several translations of Shakspeare; and the latest news is that Shakapeare is to be Subscribers-only content

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    of Hungary, and wvill defend her coutti- Detain, Feb. 20. A great demonstration took place yesterday evening at 'the National Theatre. Shouts wore raised of" Long Jive the Eisa I" From all parts of Hungary accounts continere to be received Subscribers-only content

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    railway train, and another by sons of the negro orator Frederick Douglass6 for a similar outrage upon them. The National Theatre is sued for ejestion of negroes who had purchased places. The 11ev. .9eUa Martin, lately of London, sues the Subscribers-only content

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    happened so far to surgest the likelilhood of ary such development and I s-hall take my seat in the National Theatre pre- pared to find all the old parts played by all the old peopie, the Orchestra manned just as Subscribers-only content

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    own sake, that the talents of so useful aa actor should be wilfully lost to the London boards. The National Theatre closed on the 18th ult., in a burst of pathos, sentiment, regrets, speeches, sympathy, ind hopes of the future. Subscribers-only content

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    propriety or delicacy The accommodations for the visitors to the Pit will be extende and inproved. ulpointile consideratioitthat a National Theatre should be esteemed in relation to its influence on literature and taste, rather than as a mercantile sptePulation the Subscribers-only content

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    OF CONCERTS. MJULLIEN has the honor to announce that his Annual Series of Concerts will commence at the above National Theatre, on FRIDAY. Nov. 1.5, 1844. M. JULLIEN regreis that in consequence of the.Theatre being re- quired at Christmas for Subscribers-only content

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    MAN, OLD MAN, and Gent for Utility. Those used to Portable Theatres preferred, Addrees, Messrs. J. Prcsaand Co,, Royal National Theatre, Northwieb, Cheshire. BELL'S HIPPODROME CIBCUS. XVANTEI), immediately, for the Tenting Season, MALE and FEMALE EQUESTRIANS, GYMANAS- TIC PREPOEMBlS, CLOWNS, Subscribers-only content

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    members of the troupe. IT is said that John Bates has not done so welt this Season with the National Theatre, Cincinnati. The Company engaged includes Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard-last year at the Winter Garden in this city -Lizzie Emnmons, Subscribers-only content

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    the great work by a great English Author, and what chould be the chg. raster of performanecs at the National Theatre. In proof of this asseertlon. they bcg to announce the facts of their having entered into engagemzents, partly for Subscribers-only content

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    Anthor's most popular, snd, It may be said, moat representative English Drama, a becoming commemoration. In example, at tbe National Theatre, of the grandeur and comprehensIve ebaracter of his genius. The eaut wilt Inelude Impereonatlona by those eminent Artiste, o~r Subscribers-only content

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    Lady, Second Walking Lady, Valking Geatloman. Apply to Mir ALIXAcNDAR HHnUaraeear, Prince of thc Valon Theatre, Liverpool. T Great National Theatre, Wont Aneand, County Durham,. W ANTED, Immediatey, a GENT for the OLD MAEN; also a LADY fo heOLD WOMEN, Subscribers-only content

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