Mr. Lindsay &leper had his first Chamber Concert on Tuesday
evening, —an elegant entertainment, fashionably attended. Mr. Sloper is one of our moat accomplished pianists ; and he showed hemself to be so by his finished execution of Spohr's concertante duet for the piano and violin, (accompanied by Molique,) and of Beethoven's sonata in D minor from Op. 29, esteemed one of the masterpieces of the composer. These were the great performances of the evening. There was also some excellent singing by Madame Ferrari, Miss Dolby, and Mr. Benson.