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jietald, August 4, iB6O

... London companies, that have been indebted to the pen of Mr. Robert Brough burlesque writer, contributed to the entertainment Drury Lane Theatre last week, for the benefit of the wife and children of that excellent amuser of the public. Mr. Robert Brough was ...

DOMESTIC INTELDIG EN OE

... upon the earth. Attempt at Murder.— Saturday night week, a man, named James Geary, who lived iu Little Russell Street, Drury Lane, inflicted fearful wounds in the throat of liis wife, to whom he hail been married only three weeks, from which it is feared ...

letters, art, and artists

... , for the benefit of Dr. s family. Meyerbeer’s opera, ** L’Etoile du now such abroad, was produced on Monday evening at Drury Lane. It comic opera, the libretto by all the operas we know (says the Daily the Etoile du Nord” is the most difficult to perform ...

ITIC INTELLIGENCE

... The Financial and Parliamentari* Reform Association.—Th« association held the first of a aenea of asgreffate meetings in Drury Lane Theatre, Monday evening. The theatre was crammed overflow. Sir Joshua Walmsley, M.P., presided, and several other members ...

Zl)t afctr&ttn July 7. 1855. LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... object is to collect materials for another story, the scene of which will laid in transatlantic regions. Mr. E. T. Smith, of Drury Lane, has taken Charles Mathews upon lease for two vears, £5O per week, and he lets him out for what he will fetch. Toe manager ...

DEATHS

... all the members of the staff are pressed into the service. Among others, the law reporter was called upon, and was sent to Drury Lane. He, good plodding soul, had never been to a theatre in his life, and he wrote an olalwrate review of the opening piece ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... Australia, and cx|>ected arrive Knglanl about the end of this month. Mr. Brooke will probably i*. appear London upon the Drury Lane boards. At the recent sale of Count Sldlbcrg’s pictures at in Hanover, two very beautiful Kuysdaels were bought the National ...

ENGLAND

... needle-woman in London has been certified by the medical attendant as being caused * starvation.” Mr. E. T. Smith, lessee of Drury Lane, announces his intention of starting line of Brougham Street cabs daring the Exhibition. H.M.S. Himalaya left Gibraltar ...

I naraurchan, my lord, and if he lack.-, he mnst it I more to the nnruher of jruo

... the time, and the Professora of the New College. . , Friday afternoon week, great alarm was created among the servants of Drury Lane Theatre, m wnaequence the discovcrv of a smouldering fire in the flies With little difficulty the flames were soon arrested ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... delineations of Irish character. We perceive that they are engaged, and made their first appearance in this country, at Drury Lane Theatre, Monday the 28th ult., in one of their favourite pieces. Sir Edwin Landseer is reported have wonderful picture this ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... goinjj produce, next week, new omtoria, Jephtha, Rhein thaler, a young composer of rising reputation. O.v Saturday last. Drury Lane Theatre narrowly escaped the fate of Covent Garden. During some experiments with the fire annihilators, an accident occurred ...