2 FEBRUARY 1850, Page 11

le Val d'Andorre is now creditably performed at the Princess's,

under the title of The Talley of Andorre. The English libretto is fairly execu- ted, and the music is given without mutilation. The principal characters are well sustained by Miss Louisa Pyne, Mademoiselle Nau, Harrison, Allen, and Weiss and the concerted pieces and orchestral accompani- ments are executed in a manner which shows that Mr. Edward Loder, the able chef d'orchestre, has not been wanting in exertion. The first repre- sentation, on Monday, drew a great house, and was quite successful.