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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—JAN. 8

... sentenced to be transported for ten years. He was taken es into custody on the 11th December, last year, in King-street, he Drury-lane. a The Recorder inquired if the prisoner was taken upon the ?? constable replied that he was not. es He was charged, in ...

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—SATURDAY

... Goulburn.] IN BE CHARLES JOHNS. The bankrupt was a furnitulre broker and fixture dealer at 44, Great Queen-street, and 157, Drury-lane. He also| occupied premises in Kirby-street as a plate-glass warehouse. His unsecured debts are 8,1861.,; there are, also ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—THURSDAY

... Castle, iimid mnight niake sotnetbinmg by' them. The pro. isi perty, iii question wits sent to the~ Great Mogul Tavern, c. in Drury-lane, according to at letter whlicli lie liad sent, amnd ts it wats proved that thle parcel was delivered to the prisoner n by ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—WEDNESDAY

... Mr. Alderman Salomons declined to take bail. CLERKKENWFLL.-Az2ii ledq,-vse, who gave her residence No. 13, Lincoli-court, Drury-lane, was placed at the bar before Mr. Coombe, charged by Mr. JohnBCDjamin Wyatt, architect, of 5, Barnsbury Villas, Islington ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY

... against hin. 'x IAItLUORiOt'llStiIEET.-JoScplI Brooks, tailor, of No. 3, D Loidon-court, Drury-lane, and A en Caduick, bonnet maker, S, of No. 9, Par'ser-strect, Drury-lane, were charged before - Mr. lardwiick with having been concerned in a burglary in fo ...

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY

... holidays. IN RE ISAIAII 11HNRY COITEN. This insolvent, wlo wras a tailor and china asnd glass dealer, in Blackmore-stroet, Drury-lane, was opposed by Mr. Cooke for Messrs. G. P. 1towers and Co., of Brownhill's ebinaworks, Tunstall, Staffordshire; Messrs ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—THURSDAY

... of Weson, who is a shoemaker residing at No. 8, Dudley-street, St. Giles's, was to the effect that he was passing through Drury-lane about two Vclock in the morning in company with two other young men, when he saw the defendant, who had a long pipe in his ...

ATTEMPT AT MURDER IN DRURY LANE

... follows the trade of a black- smith when not in training for pugilistic encounters, vesides at No. I7, Short's-gardens, Drury-lane, and on Saturday night was drinking with his wire at a puillilc-hlous in) the neighbourhood. They both left when tile house ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE—WEDNESDAY

... defendant's attorney, took down my evidence. Re-examined : 1 (ho not know that defendant kept a place called ?? opposite Drury-lane Theatre. Mr. Collins, a trunk-maker, in Oxford-street, said: I have known the house in question since 1835. It has been ...

VICE-CHANCELLORS' COURT

... covenant en- v tered into between the parties in October, 1842, whereby the I defendant assigned the lease of a house in Drury-lane to f the plaintiff, and also the goodwill of the business of a butcher, which lie had carried on there, and covenanted with ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—WEDNESDAY

... tines out of number with drunkenisess and disorderly conduct. She was formerly, when Miss Healey, an actress aid vocalist at Drury-lane and at the minor thseatrcs. She became united to a M. de Pinna, a musical composer, who was necessitated to leave her ii ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—MONDAY

... Pickwicks to bring back, telling him that l.e wanted some of the same sort. James Shaw', ini the co ploy of Mr. Cla ,, of 5, Drury-lane, said prisoner Calne into the shop onil edneday last and ordered 61bs. of tobacco to bo sett to M r. Cooper's, at the Old ...