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During last *eek four steamers reached the Mersey with lire stock, ann seren with fresh meat, from the United ..

... —On day inquest was held ou the body of Eliza Jane Evans, aged 14, of 62 Fetter Lane, City, the daughter of a boxkeeper Drury Lane Theatre. She followed the profession of actress, and had been playing in Youth.” Last Monday she went through her business ...

THE BRIGHTON MURDER

... it, the Priocess's Theatre. London, in the rtaracter of Ylll in Finet and Msrguerite. She playedl as ?? in pantomime at Drury Lane and the AdelphiTheatres, e 1871-1874 ; and in 1875 was acting at the Globe C Tsleatle. At the Criterion Theatre in Flbruary ...

T L T. BY HAWLEY SMART. Author of Brkezie Langton,” “Broken Bonds,” “Social Sinners,” “The Great Tontine, &c., ..

... within easy distance, Maryleboae, Bow Street, and Westminster Courts specially eomeatable, to say nothing of the Seven Dials, Drury Lane, Short’s Gardens, Bedfordbury, and the slums Westminster—all, so to speak, being under the Sergeant’s own eye. Mr Usher ...

THE WELDON CASE

... of the r I Theatre Royal. Glasgow, which she relinquished in the e autumn of 1S81, when sheappeared in TheWorld at d, Drury Lane Theatre. In JanuRry, 1882, she was playing the part of Daisy Brent in' The Cynic ' at the Globe su Theatre, ?? Vezin and ...

A BHAKSPERIAN SHOW,

... Mrs J rdan, Henderson, and Kembl , announced as making their appearances at the two great theatns of London in their time—Drury Lane and Covent Garden—in their respective bills of the play.” ...

•• % • Campsie School Board have agreed to close Lennoxtown Public School during the next fortnight, owing to the

... tramps. Mr A. C. Mackenzie’s New Opera. —We are authoritatively informed, says the Era, that the date of the production at Drury Lane of A. C. Mackenzie’s new opera, Guillem dc Cabcsianh,” is provisionally fixed as June Ist. The cast of the work, the first ...

GENERAL NEWS

... had a few lessons in the elements of music. Mr Hatton came to London the age of twenty ; assisted in Acis and Galatea at Drury Lane Theatre in 1843 ; and his operetta, “Queen of the Thames,” was produced at that theatre in 184!. He visited Vienna and brought ...

THE MURDER OF MR M'NEILL

... the gravity of the case, and the necessity of prompt ai e and decisive action. Yesterday afternoon a meeting w was held at Drury Lane Tbeatre of members of the al he Iti 'Neill Fund Committee, Ir Augustus Harris pre-'rE rsrsiding. A smib-comminttee was appointed ...

CIRCUIT COURT OF JUSTICIARY

... completed three acts of his new opera w-itten in collaboration with Mr Bennett, and to be preionced by the Carl Rdsa troupe at Drury Lane shortly after ?? Tbe 'opra will be on'e Scandinavian subject redolent of love nd waf, and with a Viking for a heo. - f i ...

THE HANSARD UNION CASE

... when they exceeded £1,200,000. A Wuose4 Snol' IN DRiUs~ LANE. - Charles Goldsmith, fruit salesman, 4 Betterton Street, s Drury Lane, has been charged at Bow Street, with feloniously shooting Mary Ann Bignall, t with intent to murder her. Prosecutrix stated ...

EVENINGS AT HOME

... yj Yes, mum; but sun 1 didn't take a clone one. was a great Edinburgh preacher, long ago, who was going into the pit Drury Lane. A hand was laid his shoulder, oad a«o stricken voice said, Oh, Dr Macgrugar, what would the' people in the old kirk say ...

(From “ Funny Folks.”)

... doing with the last volume I lent you.” He Was a Moderate.—Hicks Plorer—“’Ave you give this ’ere new Dossers’ Pallia in Drury Lane trial, mate? Walker Miles—“ No, I ain’t. Yon see, most o’ them County Councillors is Progressives, and it’s ag’in my principles ...