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THE ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING IN DRURY LANE

... TlHEg ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING 1AN DRURY LANE. ADJOIJ(UNXI) INQUESI'. |'i'he inquiry, nad journed from Mouday night, respecting die deii h of Melis~el Aunigie r, who was supposed to have been poisolnlied, vs rvsuined before M1r. liggs, tit tie Grali ...

ATTEMPT AT MURDER IN DRURY LANE

... follows the trade of a black- smith when not in training for pugilistic encounters, vesides at No. I7, Short's-gardens, Drury-lane, and on Saturday night was drinking with his wire at a puillilc-hlous in) the neighbourhood. They both left when tile house ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE—SATURDAY

... would be the j a season afterwards at Drury-lane. I saw the defendant fend after this, and he said. they could havo their salaries at pay Drury-lane on Monday, sod ho said, Are they not coming fend with me to Drury-lane 'next week and to Scotland I ing ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... LAP ZINT hLLICENCE. I COUR-r of CHA1ICERYt. DRURY LANE THEATRE. 'Nhis caufe, Which was one of very high ifiportance to the 'Parties, and of confiderable ?? to the Pub- lic, was iheard on a motion, the obje l of- hbich was to, give effe& to a deed'oktained ...

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—WEDNESDAY

... late lessee of Drury Lane Theatre, that thie order for bearing might issue immediately on the filing of the schedule. Mr. Lewis (Lewis and Lewis) made the application. It was stated that the insolvent was the late manager of Drury Lane Theatre, and had ...

POLICE

... of the Isagistrates i)f this Office to interfere whenever I saw a nuisance. It was with that intent that I preceeded to Drury- lane Theatre. The complainants mtake an ostensible charge of assault against me, but their object is td ascertain my right, Sir ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY

... Graziani as about to Fing at Drury-lane during the pr sent year. The plaintiffs solicitors on 'Monday last wrote to Mr. Smith's solicitors caling their attention to the fact that Graziani's name still appeared on the Drury Lane placards ind programmes as ...

POLICE

... inquiry was directed to he made Iat all the public offices in the mean time, JOHN RocK, a boy, was charged by Mr. Livings, of Drury. lane, pigeon fancier, with stealiug some pigeons, lisi property. The complainant had collected at muck expence and exertion, ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—FRIDAY

... cumnstinces attending the stealing of an intant, the child of Mrs.f(ilson, wife of a naker, liring iii Princes-street, Drury- lane, together with the facts connected with thi discovery of the hubvy anl by which it was sought to brin g hoonie a charge ...

CORONERS' INQUESTS

... OVER EXERTION AT DRURY LANE TnEATRE.-Last evening an inquest on the body of Thomas Burns, aged 35 a scene shifter at Drury Lane Theatre, was regulaed before Mr. iliggS, at the Harlequin, Drury-lane. Mr. Walker, surgeon, of Drury-lane, said that he had ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... public on their guard against sham orders. There was a person in attendance who had been defrauded of 3s. Gd. for orders for Drury- lane, and another who had parted with a penny on account of a Victoria order. Although there were many forged orders in court ...

COURT OF KING'S BENCH.—MONDAY, JAN.17

... brilliantly strikinge and uneffaced limpression, -wfich had rivetted and secured the public attention. Air. Cox wais on the Drury-lane Committee of Mlanagement, and participated, perhaps, usrer thintia ny otlier inca, in the tidmiration and enthusiasm then ...