23 JUNE 1860, Page 16

The Orpheonists who are to make harmony in the Crystal

Palace, will arrive from France during the afternoon of the 24th. The two greet new hotels in the Islington Cattle Market are being fitted up throughout with beds for a large body of the Orpheonists, and it is probable that the North London Railway, will afford the means of conveyance daily to Fenchureh Street, from whence the distance is but short to the Crystal Peace London Bridge station. To ensure the general arrangements being understood by the Orpheonists on their arrival, one hundred commissionaires, selected from the officers of each society, will precede them ; these will arrive in London on Thursday night. That the preparations for the decoration of the great orchestra may not be interrup4ecl1 it was closed to the public im- mediately after the dinner of the Scots Fusilier Guards on Wednesday.