At Her Majesty's Theatre, Jenny Lind, having repeated Amine on
Sa- turday, in some respects with increased power, appeared on Thursday in her very popular part of Maria in La Figlia del lieggimento; which proved as captivating, and was received with the same demonstrations of delight, as last year. The character is a trifle in itself, but Jenny makes it charm- ing by her engaging naivete and buoyancy-of spirit; and her exquisite singing really creates the music of the part.
The new contralto Mademoiselle Schwartz, was heard to greater &demi- Uwe on Tuesday, when Lucrezia 13orgia was repeated, than at any of her previous appearances in England. Her rich full v,oice had recovered from a nervous tremulousness-that affected it before; and she promises to become a permanent favourite.
Perrot has returned from his Italian wars, not only unscathed-and vic- torious, but with a new lease of ballet immortality-: his quaint piadonlime full of amusing point, his elastic lightness mocking 'the common laws of gravitation.