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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 ...

FRIGHTFUL OCCURRENCE

... FRIGHTFUL OCCURRENCE. On Sunday, about one o'clock, screams which pro ceeded from the house, No. 17, Short's-gardens, Drury-lane, attracted the attention of the policeman on the beat, who, on entering the premises, dis- covered in a back yard the almost ...

Police

... his wife, Ann Donovan, by ill-using her, c and afterwards by throwing her out 'of a window at SNo. 19, Short's-gardens, Drury-lane, was brought Dn' Up for' further ?? prisoner, who I conducted himself in a very imperious manner )W throughout the examination ...

Police

... his wife, Ann Donovan, by ill-using her, f ifi and afterwards by throwing-her out of a window at No. 19, Short'sigardens, Drury-lane, was brought d pon up for further ?? prisoner, who 1 conducted himself in a very imperious manner nor throughout the examination ...

Police

... toel murder lila wifo, Ann Donovan, by ill-using her, fo andaftrwadsby tlnowing her out Of a window at P Shrta-ardoiis, 'Drury-lane,' was brought ~ up for further ?? pr~isoner, who i Iconducted himself in n very insperious manner . r throughout the examination ...

Police

... founrd at the hose, hf~r ~artin ic ~Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-ildwer ih rsfnrrented an Ciffice,-and in.Brwlwseei of Drury-lane, among which were twelve difrentBP ss agreements between him and persons to be engaged rc 16 as agents, messengers, and ...

Police

... in I by Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, where the onal pr'isoner r'ented an office, and in Browalow-street, the Drury-lane, among which were twelve diffemret' Finag agreemnents botwvess hiss und psersons to be engaged ter ;as agents, melssengers ...

Police

... inmilk~jingaper.',. Thsepriso~ners were remanded.' y PO'W-B1TRBET.---Givrsi,,:FALSE COFAw~RITERS.- Thlornas ~hi-te, of lgo,Drury-lane,.'shoemaker, was n fined £lO,(orj s~b nmonthisinriprisonmeilt, ) forgiving k ve a 'false, clparater'f to ?? worthless.' ...

Police

... was charged with attemapting to throw her- Wh or self into' the 'Thames, from, Waterloo-bridge.-A. yei ae Iosnas, ?? in' 'Drury-lane, deposed that short, a after four o clock on Monday ' afternoon. he wa, Sal h ie sitting upon the' floating-pier at' Wa ...

Police

... 'a schairged *it'fi tkscu- -torg't throw her-I .self into theT hamres,'froun Waterloo-biidge.-A.'k I ISAsACS, lit'ibr in Drury-lane '~depoised 'that sbort, after four C o 6 don lon~day after 'n h eI 'Sitt igi~'upn' thei flcatiag-glie at Watro-rde :aned ...