Vesrints is fascinating the audiences of the Surry; but it
is beyond her powers to make them quiet.
The last novelty at the Victoria is a melodrama "of preverfel inte- rest," culled the Echo if Westminster Bridge; founded os the fact, it is said, that every word spoken in one of the recesses cf the bridge is audible in the opposite recess. We shall expect to hear of the bridge being blocked up by the curious experimenting the truth of this legend of tile witiperihg alcove of Westminster.
Cupid in London is still the chief attraction at the Queen's; but two new pieces—the Guard-House, in which Mrs. Nisesse perform., the principal character, and the Flexible Man, of which RELVE is the hero —have been added to the entertainments.