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Text for Page 135 [12-25-1861]

              (Written by Morris.)

[printed handbill]

      	           Theatre des Edouards,
      	                  CHRISTMAS, 1861.
		           ������������
       		        THE MANAGER,
Who has just returned from 14th Street with HERMAN, the Prestidigi-
tating party, is
              DESIROUS
       of showing him, at the above Theatre, on the above occasion,
         TO
                       such of his particular friends as may
               PLEASE
to take the trouble to attend.  He also
    		              ANNOUNCES
MRS. HERMAN, who will do her prettiest, in her peculiar line of business
It is to be hoped, having once seen her, all may be lucky enough to get a
Second Sight of her.  Also,
             PUNCH AND JUDY,
                      A rum sort of Play, you have heard of,
     DEPICTING
       (what may strike you as being very curious),
          ENGLISH LIFE IN LONDON.
                 This sort of thing, the Manager would say, was
            NEVER BEFORE
attempted, on any stage from South Ferry to 42nd Street.  The public
may be assured that this Play will be all that it is
            REPRESENTED.               
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