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EDMUND KEAN

... that he would never have submitted the insults of the manager aud some of the actors din ing the memorable rehearsal at Drury Lane Theatre. He would perhaps have broken his engagement and retired from the stage in disgust; but, half-starved and threadbare ...

SHIP NEWS

... fians had in view, as his money, &c. wvere all found 5t in his posscssion. -.WIieljd h2is. At a meeting in the saloon of Drury Lane Theatre, F_ on Tuesday, a subscription was begun for the unfortu- nate stihirers at the Brunswick Theatre, to whom all thc ...

NEW YORK PRICES—WEDNESDAY

... square in Mitoheliiliowu. WOMgE-1 barbers (writes a comrrespondenmt) were n common enough in London forty years ago about g Drury Lane, SV MArtin's Lane, and the Seven Dials. vs The Sinews of Wealth are fon in Haalt~h and health, w strength, nutritive, fleuh ...

the report of the Morayshire Farmers’ C'tuh as>ricu!tur»l a resolution was adopted to the effect that reduction ..

... bestowed. Mr Baddeley left one hundred pounds in Consols, of which the interest goes to buy a cake for the employees of Drury Lane Theatre in celebration of Twelfth Night. The benefaction was first administered many years ago in very simple fashion, when ...

NEW YORK PRICES—THURSDAY

... theatrical profession when quite a girl-she was not more than four years of age-and had appeared at the Lyceum (with Fechter), Drury Lane, Covent Garden, the Adelphi, and other important theatres. For several years she was well known as a child actress, and ...

COMPANY MEETINGS, REPORTS, &C

... labour-saving preparation, Where-such well known companies aos thie Hotel Cecil, St James's Restaurant, Queen Anne Mansions, Drury Lane Theatre, the Great Western lRailway, Atlantic Transport Company, etc., etc., lead the u-ay, thse aler; English house- wife ...

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

... business being settled, the writer thought that the bill might as well be given up. Macreadt.— said that Mr Macready has taken Drury Lane Theatre, and be manager Covent Garden, ■which now being fitted tor occupation by the New Italian Opera Company , , —, William ...

NEW YORK PRICES—WEDNESDAY

... present ivar in the Soudan, and entitled iKhar- toum, LOOK;ING AHEAD.- The Forty Thieves will be the subject of the Drury Lane pantomime next Christmas, and Bluff King Hal that of the Crystal Palace pantomime. Both will be produced under the direction ...

EMGLAND

... water, which rises in the borings to about feet of the surface, is pumped up by two Cornish engines of 20 horse power. , Drury Lane Theatre.— Bunn has returned Berlin, where entered into arrangements tor the production of Meyerbeer's last grand opera, ...

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 8 1886

... on our stage, that people have their doubts even about our own Shakespeare. Two men were staring at the playbills outside Drury Lane Theatre. “Julius Ciesar!” read one. “Yes,” said the other, “an adaptation from the new book by the Emperor of the French ...

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882

... much to be regretted that the congregation have resolved to abandon their day schools, which have done so much good in the Drury Lane district. The London School Board is not so well equipped as yet that the metropolis can afford to dispense with these adventure ...

THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 9, IS-7

... Farquharson, shepherd, Auchallater, near Braemar, charged with neglecting to provide efficient element Macelliot, aged 19, of Drury Lane, was charged with against Duncan Macpherson of Glen Doll. Pursuers ai education for his son The Sheriff said this cutting ...