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'LLANVBYTHER

... s. he had suffered much from indigence and even the pangs of hunger. Three years later. and Edmund Kean had appeared at Drury Lane Theatre; the pit had risen at him: his !mama was prodigious, Fortune showed her gifts upon him. This abrupt turning et the ...

Published: Friday 04 February 1881
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1298 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

BPSUIIantOIL

... taken by the .unitary Authority. Cuatoes At (DENT AT l LANE TIIRATRIL —On Sunday morniag at 3 o'clock the cornice of the Drury Lane Theatre cottoned° facing Russellstreet, estimated to weigh forty tons, fell with a fearful crash, greatly alarming the people ...

Published: Saturday 17 July 1875
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 675 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SIVEZIAST IOTZCaS

... Christmas Greeting. By H. Savile Clarke. Flesh and Tinsel. Choosing. A Word about Waits and Christmas Carols. The Gallery at Drury Lane Theatre, on Boxing Night. Christmas in the Count's Folly. New Year's Day in New York. By G. A. Sala. A Strange Christmas ...

Published: Saturday 28 December 1867
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 951 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

VASZIVEZIII

... n produce 'another volume of Rejected Addresses.' When 'Fair Augusta's Towers and 'frees' reddened under the glare of ' Drury lane,' this volume row like a phasnix from the ashes. We can find the capital and energy to rebuild the opera, but where are ...

Published: Saturday 28 December 1867
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1370 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

witnesses that the prisoner ner in poisession of a pony. The bench committe dthe prisoner for trial at the ..

... C. W. R. Stokes (town clerk), Mr Revell'', Mr Keen, Water. wytich, he. The first piece on the boards was the celebrated Drury Lane play, Garrick. ' The piece was excellently mounted, and the characters well sustained. The acting, especially of Mr Gilbert ...

Published: Friday 18 January 1884
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3593 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE CARMARTHEN, WEEKLY REPORTER SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1867

... BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS; or Sketches of Playhouse Seeley. The Heade by H. Rose; the Tales by WARMER ISTERNR. I A Private Box at Drury Lane. 2 The Balcony at the Adelphi. 3 The Stalls at Her Majesty's Theatre. 4 The Gallery at Covent Garden. 5 The Pit at the Strand ...

Published: Saturday 12 January 1867
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1055 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LLASBOIDY

... have distinguished themselves iu the army and navy. At the Bankruptcy Court te-tlej the liabilities of Mr Chatterton. of Drury Lane Theatre. were stated at forty thousand pounds. The Prince of Wales had an audience with the Earl of Beaconsfield in Dow ...

Published: Friday 14 February 1879
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 949 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

EPITOME OF NEWS

... woman named Watkins, recently come out of prison, and labouring under the iudueneu of liquor, wan standing at the corner of Drury lane. London, talking to her husband and some friends. In the course of the conversation, she exclaimed God strike me dead ...

Published: Saturday 22 November 1862
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1859 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

EPITOME OF NEWS

... professor. Timbre is a talk (says the -lithe:4(nm) that among the s'gbts and sounds of sent year will be an &Wish opera at Drury -lane Theatre, to combine, it is added, Malemoisclle Titgjens and Mr. Sims Reines. Mr. Charles Bridger, • solicitor, of Winchester ...

Published: Saturday 30 November 1861
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2367 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CARMARTHEN COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY.—Bcrout: Juixsc BEaggromo TEASING A PLAINTIFF. James Davies, hawker, appeared ..

... servitude. A Starts BIKINI) THE Sezzes. —A novel scene behind the scenes of the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, where Youth,' the Drury lane sensation, is now being played. occurred on Monday and Punchy evenings. On the former evening the whole of the supernumeraries ...

Published: Friday 18 August 1882
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1646 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CARMARTHRNSHIRE INFIRM tItY

... dtrect line. Lady Emily Peel • daughter of the Marquis of Tweeddide. It is stated that Mr. F. 11. titatterton, loner of Drury Lane Theatre, has taken initiatory prceedingS to bring an action against Mr. Simi Reeves for damages for breach of contract, ...

Published: Saturday 27 April 1867
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3050 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

ULFORTANT NOTICL

... e to hive supposed that eariosity alone would have iadneed every tyro in MOM to go and beer some of the star singers of Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Her Majesty's Theatre, but the inevitable eiciu• elusion now is, that if Madan Liad Goldaehmidt herself ...

Published: Saturday 18 July 1863
Newspaper: Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
County: Carmarthenshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2414 | Page: 2 | Tags: none