LAW INTELLIGENCE

... which, under the prefent fyflem, i' impoflible. r . ' e Although the wits have been rather fevere on the Ma- i I nager of Drury-lane for introducing a realpand on the., s flage, they canqot fay he has made duck; aad draks of I his money. ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... relative to the right of Volunteers to refign, is little fliort of tool. Mills O'Hara was on Saturday f lized with a fit in Drury-lane Theatre at nine o'clock. S he was taken t6 Carpmeal's houfe in B'ow-greet, where fhe sivas treated with every attention ...

POLICE

... Jultices at this Office, and the lad depofed that between two and three iin the afternoon he flopped in the narrow parr of Drury-lane, near St. Giles's, to look in at a pawrnbroker's window. Thtre ruffianscarneup,onefeizedhim by the collar,and faid that ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY

... re'peding Mrs BLLLiNG- Tox, is, wye underfland, co mpletely revived as to 0 the-engagement ofyoung Roscibs. Mr GRAiAMn of Drury Lane, hia been forne time fincedif-- i patched to Birminghaim by the- truafees to fee the: performance -of this extraordinary ...

OLD BAILEY

... drvigfin wete 1ilis-l ired, and went into a dif. {crent 'din ifun front that to whichi thley belonged. Mi - iff/Y, 104, Drury Lane, recollceld-having cht inged a iol. note to the prioner Some timne after M Nr. Parkiris, Solicitor to the Polt Office, appliod ...

MIDDLESEX SESSION

... Charles-1idiet, C hvendifh-tquae , Wioe rncxi r- TO ?? Walters,, Shaowvtll, bal-.er - - roivl S. Nlurray, Relf.: -cuurt, Drury-lane, ?? . div. 1o C. T. Awvitltc, C lemat:-ltic t, merchant v.1 to G. A'alker, B3raiwrtre, Eifex, ito r - [dilv o A. Stephetson) ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... his son's returning to, Covent Garden Theatre for iz nights after Easter, under the impression that the Pro- frietors of Drury Lane Theaire diii not objed to it, and that a satisfiiac-ory explanation having now taken place, it is agreed that Master BErTY ...

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS

... Watson, two young laeies, who had received personal in- jury from thethrowing of a glass bottle out of the as. gallery in Drury-lane Tleatre, into the Pitt, os, the night of thqeth. of February last. The prosecution, however, 'was stated to have been adlusily ...

OLD BAILEY

... High-street, Southwark, linen drapers - - - 2 11 Thos.bcott, BethnaU-green, broker - - a so M. Robinson and J. lbleni-son, Drury-lane, grocers I lo Fred. Griflitlhs, l11readneedle-street, apothecary - g XI Geo. Harrison, (lobe-strect, Wappiug [1:st cr.a ...

CLERKENWELL SESSIONS, OCT. 29

... CLER}MENWELL SESSIONSs OCT, Louis Landpiere,'a Jeweller, at No. t0 ven Buildings, Drury Lane, was in an aflault epon Liza Landpiere, his 00 ter, an infant of eight years, with intctr late her. He was alfo charged with a CO' adault. The details of fo fhocking ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... Peter Cowren, Br:ighton, linenmdraper - ldiv. a I3a %tberlaid, Iittle 'l'ower-hill, brandy merchiant Ldiv. 1 Sana. Purle, Drury-lane, virttualler - Ldiv. 10 Wm. Sin~s, N-ewgate-market, -butcher .. f17 Absalom Marsh, A!pgnte, je-l1tr ' lO B ulj. fU-tonI ...

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... 5,oool.; mm her children, iS,oool.; Sarah Ann Ledwith, when of age, S001.; Mrs. Mary Taylor, late of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 13,0001.; to her daughter Harriet, 4,0001.; to her fifter, -3,ooo0.; Maiy Howard, 3000l.; William Howard, 3,oool.; Margaret ...