The list of ‘ 4 entertainments " has been lengthened this
week by Miss Emma Stanley, a young lady, who before the days of Mr. Kean was in some repute at the Princess's Theatre, but who never gave any reason to
suspect such a talent as she now displays at St. Martin's Hall. The subject of the entertainment is the " Seven Ages of Woman " ; and the genius of the artist is shown by the characteristic yet delicate manner in which she embodies the most various types of womanhood, diversified now and then with a portrait of the ruder sex—for the title is allowed to comprise lovers as well as ladies. The literary part of the work has keen exeouted with more defined purpose, with more neatness, and with less twaddle, than is common on similar occasions ; and thus author and artist are happily paired for the general amusement.