20 JULY 1844, Page 12

The migration of foreign artists has commenced ; a sign

of the ap- proaching close of the season. Mademoiselle DPJAZET and M. LEVAS- soil bowed their last adieus on Monday ; and, by way of finale to the French Plays, M. CARTICNY took a benefit, conjointly with M. CLOUD, on Wednesday. STAUDIGL departed last week, to return next season. WILSON gave his last evening and morning on Scottish song at Store Street on Monday and the Hanover Square Rooms on Wednesday, pre- vious to a brief holyday in France and a summer circuit of the pro- vinces. LOVER, Miss SEYTON, and other lecturers, are likewise start- ing on provincial tours.