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SHOCKING ATTEMPT AT MURDER

... who follows the trade of a blacksmith when not in training for pugilistic encounters, resides at No. 17, Short's Gardens, Drury-lane, and on the Saturday night was drinking with his wife at a pablic-house in the neighbourhood. They both left when the house ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... defendant's attorney, took down my evidence. Re- examined: I do 'not' know that defendant kept a place called Ii's, opposite Drury Lane Theatre. Mr. Collins, a trueik-nmaker in Oxford-street, said: I lave known the house in question since 1803. It les been ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... attention to the following extravagaut items in the bankrupt's balance-Bsheet:- Loss upon the Brussels operatic company at Drury-lane in 1846, 2,3681.: loss by advances to Mr. Charles Mathews to earry on the Lyceum Theatre ou joint account, 6,3121. But ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... 'William Dlones, a drummer in the second -battalion of Coldstream Guards, deposed that lie was at 1 7, l'iincessstreot, Drury-lane, on Tuesday evening. Time prisoner' and the young woman, Catherine Weitch (alias Montague) lived there in lodgings, as men ...

YESTERDAY'S POLICE, LAW, ETC

... TO THE STAGE: On Friday evening tlis accomplished veteran actress took her final leave of tie stage at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, when thc house was crowded to the ceiling. Every available corner of thle immeiss building was literally cramimed with ...

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, ETC

... afternoon, when, off the Rouses of Parliament, a Mrs. Shsadbrook, residing atWo. 10, Queen's Head-passage, Charles-street, Drury-lane, who haLL conceived that an improper intimacy had taken placehbetween- a female of the party and her husband, in a frenzy ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... false representations. It appeared from the statement of James Shaw, a youth in the service of Mr. Clerk, tobacconist, of 5, Drury-lane, that in the afternoon of Wednesday last the prisoner entered the shop and said he had been sent to give an order for Sibs ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... was charged with brutally assaulting a female, named Elizabeth Alexander. The prosecntrix, who lives in Short's-gardens, Drury-lane, said, on Monday night, as she was returning home with a female friend along Chandos-street; she met the prisbner, who was ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... his employment, and A, Ifr ?? Property. About a week after the robbery, s foer a ra'l eventtoa hnouse in Parker-street, Drury-lane, to Vith Plt naed rostery, Owho was suspected to be one Iht rtoi0to Cit sel robber, hut did not find him; but on Pai5airt ...

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT

... where he-stopped a short time at the corner; he then went on to flolborn, and after this to a public-house in -ing-street, Drury-lane, where he resicained for about- twenty minutes. He then went again into Holborn, where witness stopped him and asked him ...

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT

... prosecutor, and on Wed- yth day afterterbey ti Ghehck robbery, as going to Drury-lane to incoupn with ttie affair, and on that night he Was seen bel PUs withe thher prisoners in Drury -lane. At Cos- °wlY 5;1ev en se arc~hed. 72 skelstoa keys were found; at ...

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, ETC

... communicated to the awning, and befdre- the fire could be put out the van was a complete wreck. Ms.L Short, of Charles-street, Drury-lane, the wife of the proprietor of the van, was so severely injured that she had to be taker to the hospital. The disaster was ...