15 MAY 1852, Page 12

Miss Glyn, whose performance of the _Duchess of IMO may

be re- garded as one of the most remarkable and original creations of the modern stage, has taken her talents, and the tragedy likewise, to the Surrey Theatre. The acting remains the same, but there is a sad difference be- tween the audience at Sadler's Wells and that at the Surrey. If the Is- lingtonians are no very discriminating critics, they have been, at any rate, drilled into a respectful appreciation of the poetic drama ; while the periceei of the Obelisk still evidently prefer the prose interest and humour of the Flying Dutchman to the majesty of blank verse and the pomp of really tragic acting.