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BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... a youth residing in Fox Street, was charged with stabbing Itobert Fleming, another youth, residing in Drury Lane;. ;lad John Fleming, of Drury Lane, brother to the com- plainant in the other charge, was placed in the dock for assaulting Bridget Cummings ...

BIRMINGHAM QUARTER SESSIONS

... Yeatmnan was for the prosecution ; the prisoner was nndefeaded. It appeared that the prosea cuter went to a house of illfame in Drury Lane, and was robbed. He was knocked down, and his pocket ws cuth out. Two men assaulted him, of whom the prisoner was one, When ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... was fined £Ii. and costs for it similar offence onl tcrip amie day. A KICIeINCn £'ASE.-'losnmas iiiaitey (21), labourer, Drury Lane, was nharg.d with being disorderly at the Clsapol Tavern. Jennecnis Row, and assanulting Police-co- stable bMcDIalnus; Scs'd ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... osbo'ne, an1d A. 1P. E;kin pla. DESERTING ?? WIP¢.-- Williamlt A1furtla (45), military ortnatnent sttui.liet, Whito ?? Lalle, Drury Lane, Lcnd. , Nvas charg ed wiith leseiting his wife on the 20th of Seliteillbe r last, and leaving her chilrgeable to I hie ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... About midnight on Saturday the prosecutor met with a girl in Coleshill Street, and went with her to the prisoner's house, in Drury Lane. The prisoner another man, and two women were there. When elhad aeen in the house a few minutes he got up to go but the ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... Street, waere charged with stealing various articles of wroar- ing apparel, the property of Ellen Farrell, back of No. 1, Drury Lane, hawker. It appeared that both the prisoners lodged at the prosecatrix's, and after they had left, the wearing apparel was ...

ALLEGED MURDER OF A NEWSPAPER EDITOR

... Abrams, the witness said that the pri. roner was excited, and complained of the deceased's con- duct. Dr. Saunders, of 111, Drury Lane, stated that he was called by the last witness. He went to Brydges Street and saw Air. and Mrs. Wyld quarrelling. Mr. Wyld ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... seventh appearance in tho dock. He was sent to gaol for six weeks. WILTUL DASIALEI.-Mary Ann. naltin (17), hinge-maker, Drury Lane, was sent to prison for siri weeks for being drunak and disorderly and vnlf ally breaking a pane of glass in the'vwindow ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... that opular place of entertainment. Each tlme she slngs the ectors pay two hundred guineas to the opera pon. ductors at Drury Lane, 150 of which she receives as!her share. Adeluna Pattl is not suoh a favourite with the public, and does not, consequesntly ...

ANOTHER QUERY IN CORONER'S LAW

... Essex, farmer, THOMAS WILLIAM HENRY COLEY, of Crndley Ifeath, Staffordshire, chnin luranifactucer. JOBiN Ilucl(ARtD r(vENlo, Drury Lane, Liverpool, coarn lactor CHARL:ES LANES. B3lrckbium, grocer. STEPIHEN HOIl)WORTH, Ilbeley. Yorkshiro, gentlemLn. CHARLES ...

THE CHARGE OF LIBEL AGAINST THE HORNET

... same as before. That complaint referred to his notice of Antony and Cleopatra. Thlere bad been another prod uction at Drury Lane (the Lady of the Lake ), but lie did not go to it, out of kimidness to Mr. Chatterton. In the notice of Shilly SShally ...

GLEANINGS

... carelessness of a plumber who Was adjuating gas pilier.I At the annual meeting of tieo rcntcrs; or debenture noliders of Drury Lane Theatre, it was stated that there was a large balanco in thle hands of the committee of pro. pr-ieotrs, and it was suigested ...