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THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustas Harris. This Evenino, at 7.45, Grand Pantomime, MOTHER GOOSE. Misses Kate Santley, Ada Blanolie, Little Addie Blanche, E. D'Auban, Musi*. A. Roberts, J. D'Auban, Fred Evans, little Bertie Coots ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustus Hams. To-Night, at 8.0, THE W OItLD. Messrs. A. Hams, W. Ma/cklin, Gibson, Boleyn, Ford, Benne, Lilly, Huntley, H. Nicholls, and Harry Jackson; Mesdames Helen Barry, F. though, and Fanny Josephs ...

ALLEGED MURDER IN DRURY LANE

... Mulleo had given her, Alter they put her in the bed, witness went out to asoortain what could be done. S3h met a constable in Drury-lane, who advised her to go to the station, Her sister was a widow, and hor name was Parry. She was not mwarried to prisoner ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lesseeand Manager, Mr. Augustus Harris. To-Night, B.U, WORLD. Messrs. A. Harris, W. Rignold, Hairourt, Gibson, Bolton, Glo\or. Ford, Bonne, Lilly, Matliison, il. Nicholls, and Hairy Jackson; Helen Barry, F. Plough, and Fanny ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Manager, Mr. Harris. To-Night, at B.U, THE Missis. A. Harris, W. Rjjjnoid, Harcouit, Gibson, Boleyn, Ford, Beck, Lilly, H. and Hairy Jackson; Helm Barry, A'. and Fanny Josephs.—At 7.30, SERIOUS API'AIR. ...

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE

... THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Lessee and Manager, Mr. Augustus Harris. 8.40, FILLE MADAME ANGOT. Mdlles. Cornelie D'Anka, A. Burville, K. Sullivan, and Palladino: Messrs. Morgan, Arnold. Wallace. Bradshaw. —At 7, LADV AUdLEY'S SECRET. Misses N. Harris, Mr ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... TtE.-JULY 22. (Before Vico-Chancellor Sir B. Maolsi.) . CATTEraopf ?? 1ELMOORE. This motion en behalf of the lessee of Drury Lane, t Adolphi and krincess's Theatres, to restrain Mr, l3elals, the ?? actor, from performing elsewhere tban at the Adolphi ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... out of the house, advising her to go to a1 ho'pital. He then took her by the arm end put her out. I She walked as far as Drury. lane, where she met with a I friend, who undertook to find a lodging for her, and pay for l it. He took her Ito a house in B ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... March kept his house open after the lawful honr. Mr. Herbert Cmpbell, the Iting in the i Huinpty Buiepty' pcotooime at Drury Lane, Mr. Harry Payne, the clown, Mr P. 3. JXool- cher, Ar. Charles Lauri, aod Miss Beatrice Forster were also summoned for being ...