BOROUGH SESSIONS

... iron merchant. Frarncla llichmontd, Seel-street, diettil~er. Semi ci Seacdey, Brunswfick-street, maerchant. Thoeas Simpson, Drury-lane. merchant. Samuel G. Sinclair, North John-street, shipowner. John Temple, Goree Flozza, merchant. Jaon William Turley, ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... WILFUL DAGE.-Michae I Ryan, 45, was indicted formalcioslycomittngdamage to a plate-glass window paf thuble the Halue ofad, Drury-lane, value a9, the property ofa W unton. The prisoner de- liberately broke it with his fint and wailke away, but was followed ...

Law & Police

... something that way es- was not bitter. It was stated that the butter was sold as we. it was purchased from a wholesale house in Drury-lane, and nas Ben. that the wholesale dealer declared the butter was good mica a butter when he sold it at 1s. 2d. per lb. Mr ...

ESTATE EXCHANGE RETORT

... for £325. Four shares of each, paid-up, the Watford Company—sold for £142. Jas. Messrs. Harvey and Davids, at the Mart.— Drury-lane—No. 14, Clare-court, freehold—sold for £950. By Mr. W. H. ■ at the Nos. and 22, Tottenham-place, teixn years—sold for 9 ...

CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED FRAUD AGAINST A SOLICITOR

... t interest, and there is a dry humour abt'ut the end b which make it well worth quoting ?? l a the evening o we went to Drury-lane Tbeatre. There was a riot ia p the house caused by a change of perforniauee-stamp. a ing, shouting, crying-which the presence ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... costs, 14 days' imprisonment and hard labour. BoW-STREET.—Aplasterer named C'/ud/oi Smith, aged 21, of ii, Nottingham-court, Drury-lane, was charged before Mr. with disorderly conduct and assaulting the police.—Police-constable Leonard, E, deposed that ou ...

LAW NEWS

... )-' ?? v. Mleade.-This was an notion to recover £116 and interest. The plaintiff was a widow, residing in Shelton.street, Drury-lane, following the occupation of a costermonger, exchanging orookery-ware for old clothes. The defendant was the ?? contrac- ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Urralngoxent, BOW-STREET. EXTRAORODINARY CONDUCT OF TRE POLICE. - A plasterer, named Chontarles nithd 21 of 3 Notting- an-court, Drury-lane, a exprged withassaultiog thie police.-rolice-constable Leonard, 426i E, stated that he and five other constables, just ...

CONFESSIONS OF MURDER

... that in the sunmmer of 1ot3 lie had met a wosnannarmed Emnma Jackson, a tailoress, at a publio-houss in Charles-etroet, Drury-lane. They drank tbgethtr, and she went home with himn to his roonm at 4, Gcorge-street, St. Giles's. Durina. the night he saw ...

A SENSATIONAL BREACH OF PROMISE CASE

... led Australiane press.:: Since eis return to Efiglaced his ilesrey T . lhas attracted crowded and delighted acadienees at Drury Lane, sauc nowv 0 liee otters himself to the playgoers of his native towie. ?? Hoemy V. is not only remarkable. for tice splendidl ...

CONFESSIONS OF MURDER

... stated that in the sunanser of 186S lie had met a woman named Emma Jackson, a tailoress, at a public-house in Charles-street, Drury-lane. They drank together, and she went home with him to his room at 4, George-street, St. Giles's. During the stight lie saw ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... weas remanded.: * ~~~BOW1 STEtLBT. *Pso~zs~crrow UNDER THE: BETTING ACT:-ThemOBa L1OIyd, 48, and John -Llo'2d; 18, of 162,' Drury-lane, arapers; Wn. Younr, 53, of Stanhope-street, OCare- m.rket, shoemaker; Josepti Wynnick, 35,' of o8, Mill- tman-street, ...