Refine Search

Countries

Place

Birmingham, Warwickshire, England

Type

123

Public Tags

COURT CIRCULAR

... legitimate dramas C a, Glascow and Maunhester. In September, 1862, he ri made his first appearance on the London stage at, Drury - Lane. as Capcate BiiZedal MccYreLor in BoucicaulS's ti hele. of Luckhiow - Among his favoarire Shakspearean el charactersat ...

LOCAL LAW CASE

... annual outlay of over £500. for enclosures aird = nedihin but no immediate steps were taken in tire matter. FUNERAL OF A DRURY LANE FAVOURITE. A correspondent of the DaiIs Ncies writes :-On Tues- day morning an mournful procession, headed by the fireman ...

A WEST BROMWICH SOLICITOR'S APPEAL

... awlease of Drury Lane at a rental of £5,000. a year for the first three years and i6,000. for the next two years, he deemed it prudent to reserve power to terminate his tenancy at the end of the first period. Yet the capacity of Drury Lane is certainly ...

BIRMINGHAM QUARTER SESSIONS

... Yeatmnan was for the prosecution ; the prisoner was nndefeaded. It appeared that the prosea cuter went to a house of illfame in Drury Lane, and was robbed. He was knocked down, and his pocket ws cuth out. Two men assaulted him, of whom the prisoner was one, When ...

A DISHONEST CHECKTAKER

... A DISHONEST CHECKTAKER. Js At Bow Street Police Court, London, yesterday, Frank xx Adderley, a checktaker employed at Drury Lane Theatre, weas charged with stealing Sn. 6d., belonging to Mr. Angus. .y tus Harris. The defendant was employed as a checktaker ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—YESTERDAY

... charge of drunken and riotous conduct, and in the souffle assaulted the officers. A STREET FuRy.-Kate Ellis, prostitute, Drury Lane, was charged with being disorderly, using obscene language, and assaulting James Canter, Heath Mill Lane.-The pro- secutor ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... (SipCadiary), W. Pl- tips, B. Wiggin, C. B. Cope, and B, G6ioyther. SINGULAR RoBoL-eRYv--Thsomae Maluraaira (22) bell- hanger, Drury Lane, was charged -with stealing a bellpull, the property of Mr. Jackson, pariah surgeon, Steelhouse 1unne. On Wednesday night ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... and his slster, enami AMaley (19), were chargod with assaulting Patrick Huesey. On Saturday night Hussey was going down Drury Lane, on his wey home, when he wae met by Ilte two prisoners, nad another man noe in onstody. Tuo ian snot In cusody klnockc ...

THE CUSTOM OF THE MUSIC-HALL PROFESSION

... entered into a contract with Sir Augustus. Earris to anpear in the title role in Boa-eep,- in the pantonmime produced at Drury Lane in 1892, at a salary of £4. a week. n consideration of that. she agreed to perform exclusively at the Palace Theatre. After ...

CHARGES OF MURDER

... murder him. Mlr. Bernard Abrahams, solicitor, defended, and Mr. Albert 1 interpreted the ?? Clements, of Short's Gardens, Drury Lane, a porter, deposed that on Saturday afternoon he was in company with the deceased, who was thirty-five years of age. and ...

SWEETMEAT LOTTERY AT BURSLEM

... accuracy are fully maintained. A ?? CAcSED BY AN ri1ACNGINE.-Considerable, excitement wvas occasioned in the neighbourbood ofI Drury Lane, soon after four o'clock yesterday afterenoon, bv an outbreak of fire at an oilshop, tenanted by a Mr. .Wilde, situated ...

WEST BROMWICH POLICE COURT

... at yorshiD Street Police Coutrt, London, with stealig a Wavcb. The prisoner is the man arrested on Tharsday afternoon in Drury Lane on suspi- cion of being concerned in the Whitechapel ?? transpired that while he was being watched as a person wanted he ...