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LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... leaders, and principal instrumentalists. It would seem as if, whenever an experiment has been made in the high drama at Drury Lane, and failed, the management forthwith abandons it and turns inferior class of drama, requiring less talent and addressed ...

'■ -y ND ARTISTS

... JcUr. with the compoeer's approbation, performed and therine Bosio. Meyerbeer is indignant the performance of his opera at Drury Lane, against which he bad repeatedly and earnestly protested. Association for the Promotion of Fine Arts Scotland.—We understand ...

Cft* ftfirrfctni |brv«lld« June 30, 1849. /rviS'iLß MfomMii scnsoi

... Frotkctiomst Mvetiao.—A meeting of the National Aasorinlion for the I’rutevtbm of Kriiish In- and Capital, held, on Tueaday, in Drury • Lane Theatre, lannluo. The nui'iing was ' twelve o'clock, but at that Lour there very (ssir altemlanee, and the Duke of Richmond ...

Bin Suy* line; iat ~f eileUC- I frija'.e, irJ, rods entrance, gailconi, and >rtheh*l ' near the of shot; fleet,

... detective police commenced operations tor the capture the delinquent.— Mominy Pott. Tiikrr is another “very pretty quarrel” Drury Lane. Mr. Sims Ilcevcs say* wont sing ; .Mr. Bunn Hays he shan't sing. Mr. Bunn Mr. neglected his duty ;'Mr. Sinu*.’U' merely ...

ENGLAND

... lave done great miscltief—they deterred bridge across the Dee Bullatcr lias undergone thorough ciKH j cnm in _v from tile Drury Lane platform on coaling £216; Craig Kllachle Iron Bridge damaged . evell n! , wee i(. We heard that Sir Joseph I’axton, who ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... yet operatic theatre in the building now called the this will et onoe ho°U monopoly more than art. If Mr. wi ublish h»Ve Drury Lane on hi, hands, ...

LETTERS, ART, AND ARTISTS

... and a buzz of gratification was heard for many minutes throughout the theatre. (iahgnani. The grand Christmas annual at Drury Lane Theatre is by Mr. E. L. Blanchard, and entitled “Jack and the Beanstalk. or Harlequin Leap Year ami the Merry Pranks of ...

ARMY AND NAVY

... M. Iler'.oit, decent Lie «teDaiu a. lli-ma. to be Fi;st Lieutenant, elce promoted. •rA®® Critic.-I once sat the pit of Drury Lane Charles Lamb, next to blind man, who, I Lor, ® street musician, well known abou» to p,a * chard the 111., and was curious ...

ENGLAND

... Howard, actress at the Adclphi Theatre. She never was in the United Stages, but was the daughter of a baker and pastry-cook Drury Lane, London. Some • ars since Miss Howard married an attorney sclerk named Guriev, from whom fhe separated in few months, luouis ...

®fce Jlbfdtra J&ttM, October 18, 1856. POETRY

... very happily named. Tic whole of the theatrical family in Nlckleby, Mr. Crummies, Mr. Folair, Miss Pctowker (of the T. H. Drury Lane, who sings “Tic Blood Drinker’s Burial) are all beautifully fitted. also is S ...

IV BW WHIT. . A new writ w». ordered for Stirlingshire, in the nom of Mr. Forbes, deceeeed

... then sh** drove back to town. And what a picture of a magistrate is that of Fielding, seated at supper with blind man, a Drury Lane Chloris, and three Irishmen, all eating cold mutton and ham from one dish, on very dirty cloth, and His Worship” refusing ...

AW ACT OF O&ATZTTOE

... been mistaken for a work of MoKDAT was the sixty-eighth anniversary of the death of Moaart. The event was commemorated at Drury Lane, under the direction Mr. Manns, and at the Monday Popular Concerts St. James’s Hall, under tho direction of M. Benedict ...