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No theatrical man in Boston enjoys greater popularity than Mr. Saul J. Hamilburg, treasurer of the Park, and his hosts of friends will be glad to learn that he is to be tendered a testimonial at that house on Thursday evening next, May 23. The play to be presented on that occasion is "Hands Across the Sea," which ran more than 500 nights in London, held the Boston Museum stage for nearly an entire season, and is universally acknowledged as Pettitt's masterpiece. It will have one of the strongest casts that ever appeared in it here. The sale of seats, now progressing, indicates that the performance will be enjoyed by a crowded audience.

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