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The appointinent lias been made for I Gough to lecture here on the 3d of April I under the auspices of the Star Course. j Maggie Mitcliell is to appear at the I opera house the 21st inst. E Mr. Louis Booa, the cornetist, who I plays at Prof. Kempfs piano recital next I Wednesda}', has a reputation next to I Levy and Arbuckle, as a brilliant player. I Of Miss Allardt, the soprano, who singa I that evening the Port Ilnron Daily Times I says : "The OĆ­Fertory, a magnificient I prano solo, was well adopted to the rich I and powerful voice of Miss Allardt, and I was rendered with au eft'ect that can only I be produced by high cultivation and I great eontrol, builtupon a gennine love I for, and sympathy pure classical music. I This evening Jas. C. Ambrose, A. M., I will wliip the Sham Family around the I ring at University Hall. Mr. Ambrose ia I highly recommended as a humorous and I witty yet vigorous and sensible lecturer. I Plenty of satire, humor, and hard senso, I touching some of the faults of everybody I but you, classes you don't belong to, and I