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THE ALLEGED ARSON BY A PUBLICAN

... allegeo agaiust him. The prisoner said, ',it'e a ie;, rmm innocent. * Witness afterwards went to the prisoner's house, Drury- lane, and found the policy produced. Witness Laidloy afterwards Identified the prheoner us the person who asked him to met the ...

CHARGE OF ARSON AGSINST A PUBLICAN

... She b 4 went tosle again. About three weeksao'wtes ti aaarfnapthba at Drury-lane .About a moath Y. agO, the beds end mattreeses were rdemoved front el f tha Victoria Hotel to Drury-lane. JOiss Doughty took 0 DI five hampers to Brirdguorth about the same ...

BOROUGH SESSIONS

... Ashe, SouteC astle-street. T. C. Adam, corn merchant, Brunswick-street. W. D. Broome, corn merchant, Drury-lane. HodgsonBlElandcommission merchant Drury-lane, John Broad ent corn merchant Drary-lane, Christopher Bell, wine merchant, Mosr-street. WV. N. Bell ...

THEATRICAL ASSAULT CASE

... the case to be gone into, stated that his client it of was engaged to perform one of the principal d l characters in the Drury-lane pantomime. As a V he performance of this took place in tie afternoon, he as it requested the learned magistrate to take ...

COUNTY MAGISTRATES' COURT

... Olivia in Twelfth Night. She suhsequently fulfilled various engagements at Edinburgh and Bath, and in 1826 was engaged at Drury-lane Theatre, where she first appeared as Violante in 'The Wonder. In 1829, at Covent-garden Theatre, she sustained the part ...

LIVERPOOL ASSIZES

... the case for the pr0fleoention, were in effect that the pri- soner, who ?? pubcaifan in this town, had a pub- lG house in Drury-lane, and rseo at 187, Smith- down-lane, having become tenant of th'c last mentioned premrieass on the 30th November. 1872, and ...

LICENSING SESSIONS

... house in Drury-lane. The lowest value of xke license itself would be £200. There was no opposition to the license. The mnagistrates granted the application, the Chairma statingthat they were largely influenced by the surrender of the Drury-lane license ...

LIVERPOOL TRANSFER SESSIONS

... Berry nest applied c for permission to pull down and re-erect the licensed premises known as the Old Mansion House, No. 9, Drury-lane, where it was proposed 2a to build a restaurant. If the bench granted the I i' application, the license of the Brunswick ...

MR. JOHN COLEMAN

... of Bow-street. London. The Masks, Banners, and Imignla expressly provided for the occasion by the celebrated Ruyukyer, of Drury-lane Theatre, Loudon. The Opening produced under the joint superintendence Mr. Coleman and Mr. Higgle. The whole of the Harlequinade ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... Object with the ec~ ni nwer to further inquiries, he salted wasroos' V n Wnillilam Crosfield,I his office being At 10. Drury-lane, and his resddence at 21 KensIngton. Even this full name and particular i as did not satisfythoesexating assistant, and ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... removed to N Drury-lane in a cart; but en being taken there the varter was 0 told that they couid not be received, and upon going away G Freoney seized them.-Mr. daowbaii appaared for Mr. Flynn, the V owner of the warehouse in Drury-lane, who, he said ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... ease was remanded. b OseAsses 0 FeLONY AGAISOT A PoLiCas.oFpscsit.-Mr. Robert b Walker, proreer of the Mansion-house Motel. Drury-lane, prison ,reo Bra appeared bo ore the magistrate to prefer a charge of felony were a (stealing three or four oysters) against ...