11 DECEMBER 1841, Page 10

Though unconnected with theatrical doings, we may mention in this

place that Mr. WILSON, the stage-vocalist, is giving a coarse of lectures on Scottish Song, at Wernham's Rooms in Store Street. The first lecture was delivered last night ; and the illustrations, which were sung with only the accompaniment of a pianoforte, or sometimes with no aecompaniment, were received with a heartiness of delight, in which the selections and the singer were equal sharers. The second lecture is to be on Thursday next.