1 MAY 1847, Page 10


Though Jenny Lind has not yet been seen or heard by the public on the stage of Her Majesty's Theatre, the pleasing torment in which habitues have been kept by the ingenious devices of Operatic rivalry, to raise a doubt whether she would appear at all, is at an end—Jenny's first perform- ance is advertised for Tuesday and the second for Thursday of the en- suing week. In the mean time, Mr. Lumley has found no difficulty in providing rich entertainments, in the alternation of / Parimai and L'Elisir with tbe size-

coastal musical novelties of the season, and in the concentrated strength and ever-varying combinations of the ballet.