Theatres.

THE MAGISTRATE.

The Magistrate was revived at the Museum last evening. The piece is a very lively farce depending chiefly on the absurdity of the situations. Wilson, in the title role, as a magistrate who by force of circumstances becomes a fugitive from justice, is as usual irresistable. Misses Clarke and Sheridan and Messrs. Barron, Dapenport, and Booth have the most important of the remaining parts and played them very cleverly to the satisfaction of a large audience. Next week the season of old comedies begins; Eben Plympton has been engaged to fill the please left vacant by Mr. Mason's departure. Friday and Saturday evenings of this week Little Em'ly will be repeated.