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THE POLICE COURTS

... a journeyman shoemaker, was charged 'with stealing A a dead hare. 4 The complainant, a poulterer in Blackmnorc-streot, Drury- lane, stated that on Wednesday evening he observed the V prisoner lurking about his shop. Shortly afterwards the 20 prisoner ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... fon the !e i authoritiles of the Mint, hae oted hiselon h tth Defe,- I ber ina mrodel lodging-house, in Charlesatbrent, Drury-lane. I rom the windowh of which he u oald se a femaile, nas ed i olirabeth Phelps, who had been convited and senteced to I ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.—YESTERDAY

... ROBBBERY AT MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION. Theomas Daldy, a respectably dressed man, formerly a publican in Charles-street, Drury-lane, and subsequently the keeper of a beer-shop, a well-known rendezvous of thieves, in the neighbourhood of Clare-market, was ...

THE STARVATION CASE AT SOUTHAMPTON

... Sunday. ATTEMPTED MuRDER NEAu DwRytLAtB Tuesday night a ness of the use of the knife in psion place in the neighbourhood of Drury-lane. Two taLea, of them deaf and dumb, had been ?? at work, asd some unknon causoe Keeline, the dumb man, sx feelings of anger ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... himself EA a letter-proms printer, t was charged with breaking kam i the street.a A police-constable said that t night, in Drury-lane, he g heard a loud smash of glaso, and found the prisoner staniding against a lamp-post, and the glas in the lamp broken ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... evidence ?? Wh be prroved t be.the prisoner's lisiditlng, ilirectin that the watches and gulads shosld be ient to the Tavern, Drury lane, by leur o'elo* as they ?? ao be. ttansmitted down to WhndeorCastle by &the dxe o'clock traint Sir Peter Lsurie-Was he in ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... tor his appearance. CLERRENWELL. ATrrrPT1N G TO EXTOXT MONES:.-Ann Redgrace, who gave her residence, No 13, Lincoln court, Drury-lane, needlewoman, wae charged by Mr. John Benjamin Wyatt, arehitect, of No. 8, Bdrnebury-villam, I4itsgton, with annoy- ing ...

Law Intelligence

... under the fi name of Marston, never knew the part of Wilheelmina with- tb out music. 0 Miss Rafter-Was a ,primaedonna at Drury-lane. Never a knefw the part of Wilhelmina played without the music by a i siner. a M r. Doggan, ohoru8amaster at the PrLncess's ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... .pesult. Mr. D. Fencock, A cowkeepsr, said, shortly after 6 o'clock that morning, as he was returning home, on reaching Drury-lane he mnet the defendant, who was standing talking to another man. As he passei them, the defendant stooped and struck ?? on ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... BuRLGay-roaeph BrooAs, tailor, No. 3, Lincoln-court, Drury-liane, and Ann Caddick, bonnet. maker, No. 9, Parker-street, Drury-lane, were charged with having bean concerned in arn extensive burglary in the bouse of Mr. Luther, gunmaker, No. 8, Leiceastr-street ...

Law Intelligence

... Az IsATAst HneuR COorMN.-Twmchy Xoems' a This insolvent, who woe a tetlor and china and los rdealer, in Blnckmoornstret, Drury-lane, was opposed by- Mr. e Cooke, for Messrs. Bower, Measre, Fell, and Ideisci. Toad, Hle was supported by Mr. Lucas. d The ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... inspector last Tuesday evening was dressed in private ii olnthea, and while walking along Russellaotreet near the entrdnce'of Drury-lane Theatre, be felt a hg at his pockets B behind. - He instantly put his arm behind bim, and eaught d hold of the prisoner's ...