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THF. QUEEN OF ENGLISH BALLAD

... Covent Gaiden, Drury I.ane. and Adolphi; Mr. WKIGHT, from Theatres Koval, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Adclphi; Mr. ALEXANDF.U 1.F.F., Composer, from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; Mr. lIIGGIE. from tho Theatres Koval, Liverpool and Manchester, and other ...

COURT AND HIGH LIFE

... and the Hlon. Colonel Seymour. TuE Couar. Her majesty and Prince Albert honoured the performance of French equestrians, at Drury Lane' Theatre, with their presence on Saturday evening. The' royal' dinner party on Monday included the Prince' and Princess ...

DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION AT ASHTON, YESTERDAY

... hyptercritical writers. The solo portions were given by Miss Birch, Mrs. Sunderlauid, Mrs. J. Wood, t Mr. D. W. King (of Drury Lane). and iMr. Machin. With the exception of our Grand Mlusical Festival, ?? inine or tell years ago, we do not thinil this ...

THE LAW OF LIBEL

... on one occasion finding that a eoncert he had fixed at St. James's Palace vwas on the same night as Braham's benefit Lit Drury Lane, ordered it to be postponed, lest it should be prejudicial to his interests. AOI11CULTURAL CHxEMISTtY.-Wo learn that the ...

GRAND METROPOLITAN DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE CORN-LAWS, AT DRURY-LANE THEATRE

... ? i.GAINST.. ?? THE: CORN-LAWS,: AT DRURY-LANE THEATRE. *The Antti-Corn Law League, finding that, they7 could e not' obtain a room in London sufficiently large to accom- modate their members, have taken Drury-Lane'Theatre for the weekfly meeting, which ...

LIVERPOOL JULY SESSIONS

... Miyers, broker, Exohange-alley West be T Joseph Paxton, broker, Exchange-buildings. in 1I3 Samuel Stitt, iron merchant, Drury-lane. ci d John Aspinall Syers, cotton broker, Chapel-street, an it Henry Steole, timber merchant, Waterloo-road. th le Owen ...

THE MURDER AT ASHTON

... attributed to the engineer, as he was e only travelling at the rate of abouttwelve milesan hour. *rLo D CARmDIoaN EXPELLED FaoOn DRURY-LANE ts THEATRE.-An extraordinary scene took place at this I- Theatre last night. As the concert was proceeding, e some gentlemen ...

POLICE COURT

... who dupes GE to silly people by p~retendiniO to tell theirfortunos, was charged with colic e- swindling Jane Evans, of Drury-lane. tout of a sovereign. The shon l0 prisoner, it appeared, got a sovereien fromn the complainant, tend cocci p roterndod tolsew ...

INQUESTS

... when it is known that tie Fin5 he ci Committee have lately granted a lease of 75 yearS ad of land in Water-street, corer of Drury-lane, al the ,b rate of i, poundv per SQUOTO yard. ed Ducisy or LANCASTER, JAN. 30.-The Queen has this ed day been pleased to ...

LIVERPOOL OCTOBER SESSIONS

... load arnd copper merchant, Gores. al J. W. idullineux, Esq., rectifier, Dale-street. Thomas Mather, Esq., corn merchant, Drury-lane. Re t John Jordoln, Esq., banker, Huskoisson-street. ifo There were seventy-five prisonere for trial for felony, Pa Rad ...

POLICE COURT

... can out of the shop. Mr. Chap-D eman immediately gave chase, crying out Stop thief,~ i and the prisoner was secured in Drury-lane, by officer ~j345, who came up on hearing the alarm. The prisoner E Isaid nothing in hid defence, He was committed for trial ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... Hertford, ?? the Earl Talbot, the Earl of Powis, and the Earl do he is Ir. Grey. Ml st Her Majesty and Prince Albert honoured Drury-lane (the at theatre with their presence on Monday evening. The gan ot Royal suite consisted of the Viscountess Jocelvn, Hon ...