HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.—Her Majesty and Prince Albert honoured the theatre with their presence on Saturday the 13th ; and on their entering the Royal box were warmly applauded. The opera of Ii Barbiere de Siviglia was repeated: also, the ballet of La Gitana, in which Taglioni, Ce
It has been supposed by many that we are hostile to the interests and welfare of this ancient and gallant Company. Quite otherwise. It may be true that we have our opinion that the Emperor of all the Russias would not desist from any unhallowed attempt upon the shores of Great B
On the 14th inst., the lady of John Gregory, Esq., of Harley-place, Parkcrescent, of a son.—At Walton Priory, on the 14th inst., Mrs. George C. Arbuthnot, of a daughter.—On the 15th inst., 16, Clarges-street, the lady of the Hon. Frederick Dudley Ryder, of twin daughters, one st
PHILH.A.RMONIC SOCIETY.—The seventh concert of the present season, which took place on Monday night, was one of much interest to the amateur and professor. If unsatisfactory in some of its performance-s, the directors, so seldom entitled to commendation, merit acknowledgment for
Her MAJESTY will leave Buckingham Palace for Windsor to-morrow, where the Court will remain until Friday or Saturday next. Her MAJESTY will entertain a numerous party of the leading Nobility during her sojourn at the Castle. On Friday the QUEEN held a Court, for the reception of
Mr. Compton; Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Orger. To be followed by the Domestie Drama of The Three Secrets. Madame Darbert, Mrs. W. Lacy. After which, Sons and Systems. To conclude with the Burlesque of Thomasse Thumbe. Thomasse Thumbe, Mr. G. Wild.—On Thursday, The Ladies' Club. Boxes, 48.
MARatsa.—" At Iver, on the Sd instant, by the Rev. W. Durham, Thomas Flight, Esq., (of Laycock's dairy,) Islington, to Miss Matilda Catherine Budd."— Vide Morning Herald, June 5. This lovely Budd has taken Flight, Of single life quite weary; She's gone to set the milk-maids righ
When Lord MELBOURNE imeditated his "heavy blow and great discouragement to Protestantism," and declared that to style the Prince Consort a Protestant was "very prejudicial," it was naturally to be expected that his colleagues would do everything in their power to follow so excel