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The Theatres.

The City Directory.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The first week of the "City Directory" at the Tremont theatre has passed away amidst the greatest hilarity. There has never been seen in the city a brighter, jollier, or more commendable farce comedy; as for the company, it is one of the best seen in Boston this year as the names promised and the players' efforts have fulfilled. It is well worth while to commend such a play as The City Directory. The next is its last week. The next attraction will be the charming comedienne, Miss Rosina Vokes, who will for her opening bill give three new plays: "The Old Musician," "Wig and Gown," "My Lord in Livery," all said to be clever and bright.

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