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COMMEMORATION OF SHAKSPEARK

... might not eager be T* applaud * Jack Sheppard* and the Ty bum tree.” extract another stricture, upon the Shilling Concerts Drury Lane : ” Yet some last words before I close the page, Brief mention of the actors of our stage; hat! are there none to till the ...

FUNERAL OF ALDERMAN WAITIIMAN

... ford, and Captain Pulhill, the lessee of Drury lane Theatre, under the following singular circumstances:—lt appeared that ou Friday evening Mr. Duncombe, among others, was permitted behind the scenes of Drury lane Theatre, and that while there he met with ...

ID 11*Hi3) USUt

... 1829, Win be performed Sbektpeare** Play of The Merchant of Venice, PART OP SHVXOOK, BY MR. KEAN, (Of the theatre* Royal, Drury Lane and Coreot Gardca.) WITH OTHER ENTERTAINMENTS. CONCLUDE WITH THE FARCE OF a»AtB iy ...

•SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1825

... cnTrnror Imam town.— Chronicle. be Petit Me r cup',*’ clever work London* that Maznricr, the celebrated dancer is engager at Drury lane. 40/. per night. He now.receives 600 fraics per night the Porte St. Martin Theatre Paris, and it said that the Managers ...

THE THEATRE WILL OPEN FOR

... the Public an opportunity *f witnessing the very SUPERIOR ABILITY that INIMITABLE ACTOR, MR. MACREADY, the Theatres Eoyal, Drury Lane, 4* Covent Garden, When he hopes the Ladies and Gentlemen, and Community at large, will lake the opportunity of witnessing ...

I R \MPTOV.S (MU fHEALTH

... Dealer, Bankrupt—eomprieio* eicelleal HOUSE, with neat capital Shop adjoining, baring double Frontage to the Market Place and Drury Lane, being the beet eitnation in the Town of Kuobt for Baeineee; and all newly-built and exleueire WAREHOUSES, replete with ...

THE MURDERER

... ballder, April I 8« twetre, and May 11, oue. HolkUor, Hr. Clayton, Joba-atreet, Bed- tord-row. J. H DAVY, Parker-atreet, Drury lane, eoaeh>«beelw«lfkl, April k, at twelve, and May 11, ten. Molleltora, Messrs. Johnston, and Mayhew, Carey-alreel, Llneel ...

the book ?—one of prayer and thanksgiving ! The Noble Earl grasped it with firmness and delight, and placed it

... Price has disposed of all his property in the American Theatres, to enable him to devote the whole of time and attention to Drury Lane Theatre. Miss Paton cleared bv her recent engagement at j tor Dublin theatre, 1,260/. complimentary dinner has been given ...

DEATHS

... to which, Fires will coDataotly kept the Lobbies and Passages. Mrs. NKSBITT (late Miss Mordaunt), of the Theatre Royal. Drury Lane, is engaged for Three Nights, and will make her first appearance on Wednesday next, the lost. Subscription Tickets, and ...

I.EABIMOTOV

... the Hite of his unrivalled Band, including the principal Solo Performera from the Concerts Jullien, the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and English Opera House. , , » The Programme will selected from the Works the Great Matters; also nil the ...

The Marquis of Hertford, it said, to be raised to a Dukedom, mid will accept an appointment in the Household ..

... was a worthy, amiable man, much respected beloved all who knew him. whispered in the dramatic circles that the lessee of Drury Lane offered Miss Foote an engagement «t his Theatre, on condition that she would not perform last Saturday Covent Garden for ...