Herr Perotti was the John of Leyden last evening. He sang with all his might and main, and the piddle rose at him. Shakespeare made some pointed remarks about tearing a passion to tatters, and also about mouthing words. His speech was addressed to actors; but we have frequently had occasion to regret during the present season that Herr Perotti has never had the good fortune to appear as the First Actor and have that speech impressed on him by Edwin Booth.