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BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... BENRY BATCHELOR, Lesiherhead, builder. JOHiN AXEL TALEEN, late of FIenohuich Street, ship and Insuraoco becker. ?? WEBB, Drury Lane and Poplar, Middlesex, saloeasian EDWARD SIMbON8,Newgaet Street, Ludon, aud Birmingham, Italian warehoruseran. BENltY WAEEHAM ...

THE ROMANCE IN HIGH LIFE

... night. It was moon. light, Cross-examined :IMy name is Andrews; my husband was a tallor; I onco lived in Shelland Court, Drury Lane. I had the child on a Wednesday, I am sure of this; Lincoln. Court is nearly opposite Russell Street, Covent Garden. Witness ...

THEATRICAL QUARRELS

... for the defendant. There is also a cross suit to stay the plaintiff in this suit from carrying out an engagement to take Drury Lane Theatre. f ter the opening of the case, several efforts were made to come to an arrangement between the parties, and the ...

LIFE AND DEATH IN ST. GILES'S

... the proceedings some curious facts were elicited with reference to the criminal classes whichinufest the neighbourhood of Drury Lane. The first case was that of Georgiina Savage, aged seventy-one, who had been for several years well known in Oxford Street ...

EXTENSIVE FAILURE AT LEICESTER

... Melbourne Correspondent of the Zra, ?? under date February 24, sals: On Saturday night, a Miss Cleveland, from (as we are tld) Drury Lane, is to rnake her first appearance in the new play of Leah about whioh we have heard a good deaL ieport speiak well of the ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... to three months, hard Iltboar. * DIFBDADING THE LOrjDON AND Noserrg sa f RALWAY CONPANY,-2 ILOMnO Sulliean, dsrbed !bad. Drury Lane, scre w maker, was charged with having riddea In one of the carriages ot the London and 1orth Vre(MW a company from, Liverpool ...

BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT

... of the last cntiury, he began his astive life as a house-painter in Edinburgh; ho rose In 1822 to be a scene-painter in Drury Lane Theatre, along with another Academiolan, Mr. Clarkson Sbanrifild; after that ho btgan to exhibit In the Royal Academy ;%he ...

THEATRICAL REPRESENTATIONS IN MUSIC HALLS

... of full orchestra, performing the evolutions of a ballet, stated to have been produced some time before In a pantomime at Drury Lane Theatre. But the serious business or incident, represented by action, seems ts have been the attack of some imaginary enemy ...

A marriage is arranged between Miss Matilda Hartopp, sister of Sir W. E. Cradock-Hartopp, and Lord Edward ..

... possess a degree of interest. Mr. Wilkes Booth is the second son of the late Junius Brutus Booth, who was eminent tragedian Drury Lane nearly half century ago. He was man of strange eccentric character, and at several periods of his life was afflicted with ...

The Bishop of I.icht-eld has licensed the Jiev. Thomas l> Po the incumbency of the New Church of .St. John,

... Turk, Ludgate Hill, before Dr. Birt Davis, respecting the death of Michael Stretch, aged 28, a labourer, lately residing in Drury Lane. The body was identified by a man niuned Thomas Francey, with whom the eleceased lodged previous to his death. Richard Marriott ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... lies Street, were summoned for an offence under the Lodg- ing Houses Act, and were Hued ts. end costs.-iartin lialley, of Drury Lane, was fined Is. and costs, for keeping en unregistered lodging house. AMENDMENTS TO THE REFOM BILL, Last evening notice was ...

THE ALLEGED MURDER IN CHAPEL STREET

... except the prisoner and the man with whpm he was fight- ing. By M~r. M~aler: No blows were struck until they arrived in Drury Lane. A man named Jordan did not strike any of them. There were about ten or fifteen per- eons in the street. The deceased was ...