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SHERIFFS' COURT, MIDDLESEX—Nov. 27

... proved ly thefollowing witnesses: AMr Cooke ?? Directoil of Music at Drury Lane mnd Covent Garden Theaties. Remembers Paga- nini giving four, concerts in July'fast, at Drury Lane Theatre. %a w plaintiff occupied concerning them, being the active person ...

VERDICT IN DIVORCE SUIT

... divorce on the graund of the alleged adultery of his wife, Julia Elizabeth Court, said to have been engaged on the stage at Drury Lane, the co-respondent being Mr Cecil Drummond Wolff. A denial was pleaded, and the wife alleged that her husband had been guilty ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—June 23

... tickets to Drury Lane Theatre to the ertiror of that journal. It oppeared that the publin press elaimed a right to have twe free admissions to cneh theatre. An applie:tinn was made on tire part of the Dispatch frtr these admissions to Drury Lane, which was ...

MURDER IN LONDON

... charged 18 before Mr Flowers with the murder of Ellen Parry, . pe with whom he had been living, at-No. 4'Lincoln en Court, Drury Lane. ad Mary Flaherty, of Lincoln -Court, said that on of Wednesday evening'last, between five' and six, the adeceased was standing ...

CUNNING ROBBERY BY BOYS

... charged with fa e- stealing the sum of £80, the property of Messrs nc i Firman & Sons of the Strand, Uonduit Street, and ar Drury Lane, the employers of the prisonerliawes. IC Nfr Blanchard Wantner prosecuted. In opening th the case, he said that Messrs ...

COURT OF SESSION-FIRST DIVISION

... absence from Drury Lane, to favour us with her wood.nates wild for a few nights. Weekes is also engaged ; and Green-roam ?? says, that the indefatigable ondutteup is in treaty with the American cornedian, Hill, whn succeeded so well an Drury Lane as the ...

LONDON POLICE

... coufirmed by his wife, and a woman wvho lodged in the same house, in Charles Street, Drury Lane, that tifter the complainaitt bad left a public. house in Drury Lane, at a late hour, he w as met by the defendant, who accosted him, atin desired him immediately ...

CHARIST TRIALS FOR SEDITION

... your neck, ard no surrender. This closed the buslness of the session, and the court then adjourned to Monday, August 21. DRury LANE THEATaE.-Perhaps there was never a more brilliant testimonial to histrionic talent than that given to Mr Mfacready on the ...

CRIMES AND CHARGES

... CRIMES AND CHARGES. r _ or THE DRURY LANE MURDEIL ?? IL [ Alfred Highfield (21), barman, was executed t TI *t Newgate yesterday morning for the murder of he Edith Poole, whose throat he cut in Drury Lane. af n The murder was a deliberate and brutal one ...

BOUCICAULT v. WEBSTER—WEBSTER v. BOUCICAULT

... Boticoault froai takisg and producing Colieen Bawn, or any other of his t pleaee, ore! appearing and performling therein adt Drury Lane e Theatre. The notoriety of the dispute between Mr. Webster and Mr. f Boucicoult caused this court to be 'iuconvenieutly ...

EVENINGS AT HOME

... yj Yes, mum; but sun 1 didn't take a clone one. was a great Edinburgh preacher, long ago, who was going into the pit Drury Lane. A hand was laid his shoulder, oad a«o stricken voice said, Oh, Dr Macgrugar, what would the' people in the old kirk say ...