DRURY LANE TRAGEDY

... DRURY LANE TRAGEDY. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. ON Monday evening Mr. John Troutbeck, the 'Westminster coroner, concluded, his inquiry at the St. Clement Danes Vestry Hall, Strand; with reference to the death of Joseph Wootton, aged fifty-two-years, a general ...

THE DRURY LANE TRAGEDY

... TPHE DRURY LANE TgAGEDV. Dr. Thomas held an inquest at the St. Giles's coroner court, on Tuesday, touching the death of James Whitehall, 41 years old, a. master japanner, who lodged at §, Drury- lane, and who, after attempting to murder his wife, destro ...

DRURY LANE NURSE CHILD

... DRURY LANE NURSE CHILD. At low-street police-court, on Wed. needay, Henry Hurst, 24, hammerman, and Clara Bessie Hurst, 24, his wife, of Betterton - street, Drury -lane, were charged, on remand, with the wilful murder of Brenda Weston, aged two years ...

THE CHILD MURDER IN DRURY LANE

... .THE CHILD IMURDER IN DRURY LANE.- AT the Central Criminal Court George Robertson, forty was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Kenealy, aged four and a half years, at 9, Goldsmith Street, Drury Lane, on January 23. At half-past two o'clock on the ...

THE DRURY LANE CHILD MURDER

... THE DRURY LANE CHILD MURDER. EXECUTION OF ROBERTSON AT NEWGATE. '4 GzonGs RoBERTSON was hanged at Newgate on Tuesday morning for, the mur- der of the golden-haired little Drury Lane girl, Mary Kenealy. She . was playing in Goldsmith Street just before ...

Drury Lane

... Drury Lane. A more wretchedly contemptible affair than the piece entitled Tht Ducheuof Unwind, performed this theatre rhuraday last, we never aua*. This house is nothing without Mr. Forrest. We hear he is to play Othello on Monday, and hope will treat ...

THE DRURY LANE MURDER

... TEE DRURY LANE MURDER. ?? m__ 9d l flr ?Mondav. I A7 the Bow-streat Police-court, on Monday, before Mr. Bridge, William M Elliott, nineteen, was charged with the wilful murder of James Driscoll on the night .0i the 3rd nost, ; and he was further charged ...

DRURY LANE MURDERER

... DRURY LANE M:URDERER.1 HIIME SECRlETAtPYS DECISION. 1Yesterday an intimation was received by Coilncl eilnlln. thc (:cclnovuof Nevv- ga;!e, irom the Rome oflice to the ei act ?? e Hmoe :ecretary, aJ ter carefulcon- sideration of -le leats, had failed to ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lesseeand Manager, Mr. Augustus Harris. To-Night, B.U, WORLD. Messrs. A. Harris, W. Rignold, Hairourt, Gibson, Bolton, Glo\or. Ford, Bonne, Lilly, Matliison, il. Nicholls, and Hairy Jackson; Helen Barry, F. Plough, and Fanny ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Manager, Mr. Harris. To-Night, at B.U, THE Missis. A. Harris, W. Rjjjnoid, Harcouit, Gibson, Boleyn, Ford, Beck, Lilly, H. and Hairy Jackson; Helm Barry, A'. and Fanny Josephs.—At 7.30, SERIOUS API'AIR. ...