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THE GREAT GOLD ROBBERY—EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES

... and servant lived in my It As house. We lmd four leather bags made-courier bags they of t were termed-at tine corner of Drury-lane and Great Queen- prot street. These bags were tried it my wash-house, by put- to ti ting 84lbs. of sinot irto them. Pierce ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... during Saturday last a a in trying an action brought by Mr. N. F. Edwards against c id d Mr. E. T. Smith, the lessee of Drury-lane Theatre, to recover Pr ' the sum of 671. 15s. IsOd., for services rendered as agent at the e o lante election, for the Borough ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... In the course of last year, Last had entered upon premises in the Savoy, under a contract with Mr. E. T. Smith, lessee of Drury-lane Theatre, that when the concern was clearof debts the latter should be admitted to a half share in the business. The cash ...

BOROUGH POLICE COURT, THURSDAY, March 13

... old man, named Thomas Brailsford, was charged with embezzling the monies of his employer, Mr. John Cumberland b Part, of Drury-lane, London, and Duke-street, Derby. i S Mr. Samuel Leech appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. lt Smith (from the office of ...

THE DOOM OF THE DERBY MURDERERS, THORLEY AND TOWNLEY

... this ( church, which was originally'an old fashioned instrument, having done service at one time in the Theatre Royal, . Drury-lane, London: A sum of 1001. has been expended upon it, and among the other additions and improvements effected by Messrs. Lloyd ...

BOROUGH POLICE COURT

... Arthur Farnsworth, pleaded guilty to stealing a coat and a several sacks belonging to Mr. William Booth, who has a b shed in Drury-lane.-The prisoner was committed for two v months, with hard labour. c TuESDAY. Si [Before the MAYOR, W. T. Cox, Esq., M.P., ...

CHARGE OF EXTENSIVE EMBEZZLEMENT

... lKvnastoti- h stl(eet Limlbeth, '221. 7s.od.; and from 31essrs. M'Glashatn ii aid tCo., brimstoutnders, of the (onal Yard, Drury-lane, s 10/. ils. ?? l~ewis said that in the last-mentioned c:ase the c:heque wals niade p~ayable to order. anld the prisoner ...

BOROUGH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY

... of these establishments is 14,400,000f. -Mr. Sims Reeves will receive 1, 5001., for twelve special per- 3 formances at Drury Lane Theatre, which are announced for the week following the 16th of March. Mrs. Carme, of Nash, Glamorganshire, whose death ...

MURDER AT SEA

... profession. og He made his first appearance at Drury-lane Theatre as .11, young Nonrval, and after a tour in the provinces went in Of 1830 to America, where he was warmly received. In he 1838 he appeared at Drury-lane as Hamlet, and after y this his career was ...

DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT

... to gaol for-sevoen days, ?? ,hard'iibour. - A moulder,' ?? Damed E13win Orme, was inu custpdy for being drunk, iu, ra.9 Drury-lane, aud using Obscene lftaatgoe tbe same nfter- aynomi. A A fine jif N~ AMd costs *iis :OifliLtd; or, iznidelault may of payniient ...