12 MAY 1855, Page 12

The reappearance of Mr. Wright at the Adelphi on Monday,

after two years' absence, was the signal for the heartiest demonstration of good feeling. An Adelphi audience is a sort of nation apart, with its own peculiar likes and dislikes ; and an intense appreciation of Mr. Wright's drolleries is among its most prominent idiosyncrasies. By this time he has doubtless discovered the mistake he made in quitting his old ad- mirers ; for the faith in his excellence is less firmly established in the theatres he has subsequently visited.