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 ...

LAW AND POLICE.—SATURDAY

... burning on the stairs, and the street door open. The police had this morning found her in a miserable hovel in Charles-street, Drury-lane, and sur- rounded by prostitutes and thieves. The shawl was found on her, but she denied all knowledge of the boots.-Mr ...

SURREY QUARTER SESSION

... Friends of Foreigners in distress, Jews' HospitaK, Sttish HonspitalWelsh Charity School, Benevolent garden Theatrical Fund, Drury-lane Theatrical Fund, Worshipful Company of Fishmongers (for the benefit of the inhabitants of the almushouses belonging to such ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... ROnBERa AT MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXu1BITION.- Thomas Daldy, a respectably dressed man, for- merly apublican in Charles-street, Drury-lane, anD subsequently the keeper of the beer-shop, a well- known rendesvous of thieves, in the neighbourhood of Clare-market ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... Roua-eR AT MADAME TussAuu's EXHIBITION.- Thomas Daldy, a -respectably dressed man, for- lnerly a publican in Charles-street, Drury-lane, and -subsequently the keeper of the beer-shop, a well- known ?? of thieves, in the neighbourhood -of Clare-market, was ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... ROBBERY AT MADAME TussAuD's EXIIISITION.- Thomas Dahly, a respectably dressed man, for- merly a publican in Charles-street, Drury-lane, and subsequently the keeper of the beer-shop, a well- known rendesrous of thieves, in the neighbourhood of Clare-market ...

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES

... Hospital, with very little chance of recovery. ATTEMPTED M;URDER NEAR DRURY-LANE-.-On Tues- day night a case of the use of the knife in passion took place in thie neighbourhood of Drury-lane. Two tailors, one of them deaf and dumb, had been engaged at work ...

Published: Sunday 13 January 1850
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4514 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... ROBBaERY v ManAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION.- Thomas Daldv. a respectably-dressed man, formerly a pablican in Cbarlesl.treet, Drury-lane, and subse- quently the -keeper of a beer-shop, a well-known ren- dezvous of thieves, in the neighbourhood of Clare- market ...