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

... spector, on Tuesday evening, was dressed in his private elothes, and while walking along Russell.street, near the entrance of Drury-lane Theatre, le felt a tug at his pockets behind. He instantly put his arm behind him, and caught hold of the prisoner's ...

MURDER BY MEANS OF ARSENIC

... STaEET.-On the premises of Mr. Shearman, boot and shoe-maker, and considerable damage done to building and stock.-NEAR DRURY-LANE THEATRE.-Ou Tuesday evening, shortly after seven o'clock, a fire, at. tended with a great loss of property, and jeopardising ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... dreadfully cut li cod swobien, said that about five o'clock that morning she 9 entered a public-house in Brydgee-street, Drury-lane, in A ~ompaey with several other females. They repaired to the terIon, were a number of persona were seated, and the a] ...

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 ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... most dreadfully cut and swollen, said that about five o'clock that morning she entered a public-house in Brydges- street, Drury-lane, in company with several other females. They repaired to the parlour, were a number of persons were seated, and the prisoner ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... Bcfj'qmin $Shelly was charged onla Lcd'. sawithasaulting, a very ferocious manner, ~tr. l\hliam. Gilbert, baker, residing in Drury-lane, the PtOtlreulr, dsp-teed that the prisoner lodged with him, ten- sr'nz ?? first flor. Ho had been there for the list two ...

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE

... former examination stated as having been taken out by himself turned out to have belonged to other drivert. Mr. Garland, of Drury-lane, butcher, wals tien called, and deposed that he knew the defendant, and that he formerly cived in Exeter-street. Hr. Wakeling ...

Published: Sunday 14 April 1850
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5215 | Page: 15 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... oil, the property of Messre. Hoare.-A po- lice constable stated that about eight o'clock on Wed- nesday night, he was in Drury-lane, in plain clothes, when he saw prisoner proceeding towards Broad-street, very much intoxicated, carrying a large stone bottld ...

Law Intelligence

... IParry appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Edwin James for ft Ithe defendant.0 The plaintiff, Julian Lindsay, is a tailor In Drury-lane, 0] and the defendant, Wm. Dodd, a farrier and veterinary sur- 89 geon in Craven-court, in the same street. Both parsons ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... before Mr. Hall, charged with attempting to steal a valnable dress ?? pro-. secutor, Mr. Samuel Varley, the clothier of Drury-lane, deposed that, having lost either a coat, or trowsirs, or some ohbe portion of wearing apparel, nearly every day for the ...

DREADFUL MURDERS IN YORKSHIRE

... ACCiDENT.-On Wednesday forenoon, the following accident happened on thepressies belonging to Mr. Down, No. 2, Lincoln-court, Drury-lane, which there is no doubt will terminate fatally. The third-floor back was occupied by two young women, who obtained a living ...