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A COSTER'S TRIP TO HENDON

... but the others were strangers to her. They aC had drmks together, and then agreed to drive back to the Sun publie-house, Drury Lane, of which Mr. Brockelman wuas the leedlord. On arriving there, witness seit her pussy and trap away, and about 1130 she ...

SINGULAR LETTER TO A CORONER

... was a piece of theatrical property. He had, however, been greatly troubled about a small business they had purchased in Drury Lane and which was a failure; and he had threatened to commit ?? Glesson, a lodging-house keeper, of 5, Lumley Court, deposed ...

LOCAL LAW CASES

... Germany on Saturday afternoon, and ?? drove to DruryLaneTheatre, wherebe presented theprizes won by the young pupils of the Drury Lane Pantomime school during the last few weeks. The little girls after tea formed line, whilst their mistress read an encouraging ...

COURT CIRCULAR

... legitimate dramas C a, Glascow and Maunhester. In September, 1862, he ri made his first appearance on the London stage at, Drury - Lane. as Capcate BiiZedal MccYreLor in BoucicaulS's ti hele. of Luckhiow - Among his favoarire Shakspearean el charactersat ...

THE CUSTOM OF THE MUSIC-HALL PROFESSION

... entered into a contract with Sir Augustus. Earris to anpear in the title role in Boa-eep,- in the pantonmime produced at Drury Lane in 1892, at a salary of £4. a week. n consideration of that. she agreed to perform exclusively at the Palace Theatre. After ...

CHARGES OF MURDER

... murder him. Mlr. Bernard Abrahams, solicitor, defended, and Mr. Albert 1 interpreted the ?? Clements, of Short's Gardens, Drury Lane, a porter, deposed that on Saturday afternoon he was in company with the deceased, who was thirty-five years of age. and ...

SWEETMEAT LOTTERY AT BURSLEM

... accuracy are fully maintained. A ?? CAcSED BY AN ri1ACNGINE.-Considerable, excitement wvas occasioned in the neighbourbood ofI Drury Lane, soon after four o'clock yesterday afterenoon, bv an outbreak of fire at an oilshop, tenanted by a Mr. .Wilde, situated ...

THE DIAMOND QUEEN IN THE DOCK

... that looked like au empress's toasting fork. When he held them up in court they made an effect like the show scene of a Drury Lane pantomime, and the glitter of them hurt Sir John Bridge's eyes. The officer also discovered some other diamond ornaments ...

SUICIDE OF MR. GORING THOMAS

... perfoimed'by students, and led to a ?? being given him ),Fy the late Mr. Carl Rosa to wrte Wmeralda, which was. produced at Drury Lane in March, 183, with great success. It was produced in German' at Cologne iii the same year and at Hamiburg iim185 Previous-to ...

MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT BROMPTON

... beronly connection with tbe-stage occurred twnoyears ago, when she-acted as undmstudy to Miss mawbe Love in the lantomime at Drury Lane Theatre. The-inquest-will be held this nmrning, by'Dr. George Danford Thomas, o Croner-for Central London. CHARGE OF IEFRADI-NG ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... the t1'rapir' ?? ae, Dan Ltene oceupi-s the prominent posi- ti lt in thie prolgraulme. Be comes iresh frotm his sicy.-s it Drury Lane. and was last evening most coI rdi.ly re~eiedl. ctauding in the very first rank of llrs klio', lie never fails to maintain ...

DIVORCE CASES

... Orant , at 14, Ebury Square. The petitioner commenced pro- ceedings for a divorce ;.but her husband. who was then acting at Drury Lane, begged her not to go on with the d case, as hewould be ruined in his profession. She stayed iP themuoceedings, but finding ...