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THE DRURY LANE TRAGEDY

... THE DRURY LANE TRAGEDY. Dr. G. Danford Thomas held an inquest at St. Giles's hi Coroner's Court, London, yesterday, touching the death of Inl James Whitehall, 41 years old, a master japanner, who al lodged at 5, Drury Lane, and who, after attempting to ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... apprehended on the 2Nth inst., at a house in Drury Lane, when he denied the clsrge. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was committed for trial at thle Sessions. I7°ImmUDENT ROD ?? 7i Hll (20), gumnaker, Drury L~ane, was charged wvith stealing thirty-five gold ...

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 ...

PANTOMIME CHILDREN

... attended to support the summonses, and Mr. Broadley, barrister, appeared on behalf of Mir. Augustus Harris, the proprietor of Drury Lane Theatre. In the first case, that 6f Gwendoline Quantrell, the School Board officer stated that the child was ten years old ...

THE PARNELLITE ENQUIRY

... revolver was handed to Inspector Hanson. Lane has lived in London for twenty-five years, and resides in the neigh- bourhood of Drury Lane. Kavanagh, it is understood, has recently come over from Ireland. Another telegram states that both men are witnesses for ...

PANTOMIME CHILDREN

... Police Court, on Wednesday, the parents of two children who are now employed by Mr. Augustus Harris in the pantomime at Drury Lane Theatre were summoned for not sending their children to schooL The irst case was that of Louisa Steer, aged nine years and ...

LIFE AND DEATH IN ST. GILES'S

... the proceedings some curious facts were elicited with reference to the criminal classes whichinufest the neighbourhood of Drury Lane. The first case was that of Georgiina Savage, aged seventy-one, who had been for several years well known in Oxford Street ...

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 ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—YESTERDAY

... Melvan (44), Court, Russell Street, whitewasher, and Williiam Wright (20), ]abourer, of Drury Lane.- The men were drinking together in an improper house in Drury Lane shortly after midnight on Saturday, when a disturbance took place, in the course of which ...

ANOTHER STABBING CASE IN BIRMINGHAM

... Thomas li1jvan (44), Court, Russell Street, whitewasher, and Willilia Wright (20), labourer of Drury Lane, The men were ditinking together in a brothel inl Drury Lane shortly after midnight on Saturday, when a disturbance took place, in the course of which ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... a youth residing in Fox Street, was charged with stabbing Itobert Fleming, another youth, residing in Drury Lane;. ;lad John Fleming, of Drury Lane, brother to the com- plainant in the other charge, was placed in the dock for assaulting Bridget Cummings ...

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 ...