The marked success which attended Mr. Black's first lecture on Shakespeare, augurs well for a crowded audience this evening. Last week, the very large audience was drawn to Sever 11, both by an interest in the lecturer himself, and by the expectation of hearing a lecture of something more than ordinary merit. It is safe to say that Mr. Black came up to all expectations. His address showed a depth of learning and interest which could only have been the result of years of minute study. Since there were so many people who went to hear Mr. Black as a stranger, it seems doubtful, if now that he has proved himself such a scholar, Sever Hall will be large enough to hold all who wish to hear him this evening.