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The Gondoliers.The Gondoliers continue to attract crowds to the Globe Theatre. The piece will run until further notice.

The Prince and the Pauper.The enthusiastic audience last night was ample proof of the delightful acting of little Elsie Leslie. The play is remarkably well adapted to her, and though her support is not of the best, the entertainment taken as a whole is exceedingly enjoyable, and deserves full houses in this, its last week.

All the Comforts of Home."All the Comforts of Home" is not exactly the play one would expect to find at the typical theatre of eminently conservative Boston. As a thoroughly laughable farce, however, the play is decidedly successful. The chief adverse criticism to be made is that there is at times not sufficient variety of humor.

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