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DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... attended with considerable destruc- tion of property, also occurred about the same time in different parts of London. FIRE NEAR DRURY-LANE TnemcATRHI.-On Tuesday night, shortly after seven o'clock, a fire, attended with a great loss of property, and jeoparding ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... knowledge whatever of theI prisoner. Constable Redmond having been sworn, said be arrested I the prisoner at a lodging iii Drury-lane, and found on his person the letters pro need, whicis were identified by Mr. Bernard as those presented to him by the prisoner ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... sion, intLarlboroagh-street,; n Monday evening. r Ellen Fluuney,'Drary-lane; Mary Fitzgerald, Bride-sreet; It Pat.-MurphyP Drury-lane; Thomas Jones, Luke-street; re- , petted thieves, were *brought up,- charged by Sezgeante - Spender and Ryan, of the G division ...

TO THE HON. JUSTICES CRAMPTON AND JACKSON, AND BARON LEFROY, &c., &c., &c

... transferable. It was held for an unexpired term of 43 years. They severally produced 215 guineas. The other lot was a share in Drury-Lane Theatre. It entitles the possessor to an income of Is. 3d. per night, with a free admission. It is also transferable, and ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... assault. The prisoner was then removed. CAUTroNe TO PUsCHIASEnS OC STOLEN GOODe.-William a Trevor, rag and bone dealer, of 17, Drury-lane, was brought d up in custody of Police-constable Boulger (118 B) under ir the following ?? appeared that Mr. Morrisy, d ...

ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE

... Signor Charlton, a pro- feasional harlequin, was notified to the coroner. It appears that the deceased was last engaged at Drury-lane Theatre, at Christmas. in the pantomime, and since that time he and his family have been reduced to a starving condition ...

THE CASE OF ARCHIDEACON DENISON

... into court, the proceedings being purely formal. It was stated in the course of the proceedings that Mr. E. T. Smith, of Drury-lane, who had takea possession of the bankrupt's property at Kilborn lodge, and sold It imme- diately on his absconding had yesterday ...

REVISION COURTS

... lint the priioner and another yonng man. went tinto tihe wlrimisale rnarine stores of Mr. 'Walker, oi fnumbers 17, anm 18, Drury-lane, and offered three hu lps fir sole. In reply to the prisoner Mr. Walker said ibe wubld bn2' the istnps, arid knowing that ...

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY

... Eo much ad injury as fright was happily discovered. With MOst commendable spirit she would not disappoint the public at Drury-lane last night (Friday), and applearing'with. her arm in a sling she sang9 the music of Lucia in Luciae di Lommeorns~or, In ...

THE ALLEGED MURDER IN ORMOND-STREET

... purpose of beating her. To Mr. Fitzgerald-7Did not see Mary Eaves in the room on Sunday morning. John Gannon lives at No. 20, Drury-lane; collects subscriptions for a burial society; Win. Gill was a mem- ber of it; recollects the Saturday night before Mrs. ...

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY

... a sailor, was brought up in id custody, charged by another sailor named Gough with :r. assaulting him by stabbing him in Drury-lane on Sa- turday night. The prisoner and complainant were fighting together when Mr. Ashley was near goughing Mr. Goff by stabbing ...

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY

... defendant. ' The plaintiff is a hosier, having wararooms at 1o,'William-street, the rare of which emtends askeir back'as Drury-lane, -'In August, 1859, the defendant becamese big tenent for certain wareroopis abovq thoie used by the ilaintif in his business ...