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A Reclaimed Pickpocket.j



A CELEBRATED CLOWN. lBy Ci.rTiCiTE."] Two celebrated clowns take part in tke two big London pantomimes this year. Ilarry Payne, the Drury Lane veteran, will keep the ball a-rolling as usual at Drury Lane, and Tom Lovell will knock the pantaloon about at Her Majesty's. These names are guaran- tees for plenty of fun, if they are only given a fair opportunity, but, atas now-a-days the harlequinade is always cut down to a couple —————————————— ———————————————— t of scenes, and a "curtain." Harry Payiic- mounts for the good old time", when a clown was thought something of, and he can ramein-1 ber those times. Kven the most inveterate playgoer can hardly remember how many years Harry Payne has been in the Drury Lane annual. When th", season is over he toils no more, but simply waits for the next, lie it a lien in society, and a great attraction at charifable bazaars, where he is frequently to be seen in the off season.

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IRescued From the Grave.