--We certainly did not intentionally omit to notice, yesterday, the arrival of Mr. John Sefton
, the comedian; but the omission was entirely accidental.
However, he is so well known to the Theatre-going public, that no extra announcement is necessary to secure for him their warm consideration.
He appeared last night in his famous character of "Jemmy Twitcher, " which he plays as no other man can play it. We have not seen him of late years, but retain a vivid recollection of his genuine humor which was wont to set the house "on a roar" in times long gone by. Two plays will be presented to-night, in each of which.
has capital part; an attraction sufficient to induce a large attendance.