19 NOVEMBER 1831, Page 19

Mr. YOUNG'S Stranger is one of the parts he plays

with a truth and beauty which are not to be exceeded. Miss FANNY KEMBLE'S Mrs. Haller is touching in the extreme. Neither is it deficient in force ; yet it seems, as a whole, to want the ease of nature. In points she left nothing 1 o be desired ; and in many instances showed herself a worthy successor of Miss O'NEIL, and a true KEMBLE.