THE ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING IN DRURY LANE

... TlHEg ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING 1AN DRURY LANE. ADJOIJ(UNXI) INQUESI'. |'i'he inquiry, nad journed from Mouday night, respecting die deii h of Melis~el Aunigie r, who was supposed to have been poisolnlied, vs rvsuined before M1r. liggs, tit tie Grali ...

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 ...

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, & OCCURRENCES

... MURDER IN DRURY-LANE. Last Saturday night a horrible act of attempted assassi- nation wvas made in Drury lane. About ten minutes before nine o'clock on that evening a lithographic printer, named Blewvett, residing in White Hart yard, Drury lane, was re ...

LAW

... ain inquiry to assess the damages to be paid by the defendant for an as- sault committed upon the plaintiff the lessee of Drury Lane Theatre. great interest was manifested in the proceedings, and the room was crowded with members of the theatrical profession ...

SHERIFFS' COURT, MIDDLESEX—Nov. 27

... proved ly thefollowing witnesses: AMr Cooke ?? Directoil of Music at Drury Lane mnd Covent Garden Theaties. Remembers Paga- nini giving four, concerts in July'fast, at Drury Lane Theatre. %a w plaintiff occupied concerning them, being the active person ...

POLICE

... Packard's house in Drury lane, where, after knocking and ringing for some time, they were unable to get in, so they returned to the station-house. On coming out of the station-house with an inspector, to go to the house in Drury lane a second time, lie ...

LAW

... Coveat garden theatre. This, said Mr Knight, was a moral justification of Mr Reoan far entering into an engagement with Drury lane theatre. It was a case of surprise and want of deliberation; and there was no proof, but the affidavit of Mr Phillips, who ...

Published: Sunday 06 December 1829
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4494 | Page: 9, 10, 11 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE

... POLICE. BOW STREET. DiSTURRANCE IS DRuRY LANE TisEATRE.-A dis- turbance took place on Wednesday evening in Drery Lane Theatre, when several of the parties were taken into custodv, and on Thursday morning were brought tip to this office.- The first prisoner ...

LAW

... d at the close of the proceedings. MR BUINN'S BANKIRUPTCY.-Since our last notice ofthe appearance of the late lessee of Drury Lane Theatre in the Bankruptcy Court, a correspondent has sent us the followving list of his liabilities :-The aggregate of his ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—June 23

... tickets to Drury Lane Theatre to the ertiror of that journal. It oppeared that the publin press elaimed a right to have twe free admissions to cneh theatre. An applie:tinn was made on tire part of the Dispatch frtr these admissions to Drury Lane, which was ...