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BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... Mir. Garbett, Hol- loway Hiad. The prisoners were sentenced to onemonth's imprisonment each. VIOLEn] ?? Maliar (23), 9, Drury Lane, shoemaker, was chargod with violently assaulting Cecihl ayland, London 'Prentice Street, in the Anchor public-lolsee, Dale ...

THE DIAMOND QUEEN IN THE DOCK

... that looked like au empress's toasting fork. When he held them up in court they made an effect like the show scene of a Drury Lane pantomime, and the glitter of them hurt Sir John Bridge's eyes. The officer also discovered some other diamond ornaments ...

SUICIDE OF MR. GORING THOMAS

... perfoimed'by students, and led to a ?? being given him ),Fy the late Mr. Carl Rosa to wrte Wmeralda, which was. produced at Drury Lane in March, 183, with great success. It was produced in German' at Cologne iii the same year and at Hamiburg iim185 Previous-to ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... Street, waere charged with stealing various articles of wroar- ing apparel, the property of Ellen Farrell, back of No. 1, Drury Lane, hawker. It appeared that both the prisoners lodged at the prosecatrix's, and after they had left, the wearing apparel was ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... with assauiting diary MNach. -The prosecutrix stated that on Sunday night, the 2Erd I tle., there evas a disturbanco in Drury Lane. She went to ! see chat woas going on, when she was met by the prisoner, who violently assaulted ber.-Irisoner, being ana ...

ALLEGED MURDER OF A NEWSPAPER EDITOR

... Abrams, the witness said that the pri. roner was excited, and complained of the deceased's con- duct. Dr. Saunders, of 111, Drury Lane, stated that he was called by the last witness. He went to Brydges Street and saw Air. and Mrs. Wyld quarrelling. Mr. Wyld ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... seventh appearance in tho dock. He was sent to gaol for six weeks. WILTUL DASIALEI.-Mary Ann. naltin (17), hinge-maker, Drury Lane, was sent to prison for siri weeks for being drunak and disorderly and vnlf ally breaking a pane of glass in the'vwindow ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... that opular place of entertainment. Each tlme she slngs the ectors pay two hundred guineas to the opera pon. ductors at Drury Lane, 150 of which she receives as!her share. Adeluna Pattl is not suoh a favourite with the public, and does not, consequesntly ...

MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT BROMPTON

... beronly connection with tbe-stage occurred twnoyears ago, when she-acted as undmstudy to Miss mawbe Love in the lantomime at Drury Lane Theatre. The-inquest-will be held this nmrning, by'Dr. George Danford Thomas, o Croner-for Central London. CHARGE OF IEFRADI-NG ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... BENRY BATCHELOR, Lesiherhead, builder. JOHiN AXEL TALEEN, late of FIenohuich Street, ship and Insuraoco becker. ?? WEBB, Drury Lane and Poplar, Middlesex, saloeasian EDWARD SIMbON8,Newgaet Street, Ludon, aud Birmingham, Italian warehoruseran. BENltY WAEEHAM ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... the t1'rapir' ?? ae, Dan Ltene oceupi-s the prominent posi- ti lt in thie prolgraulme. Be comes iresh frotm his sicy.-s it Drury Lane. and was last evening most coI rdi.ly re~eiedl. ctauding in the very first rank of llrs klio', lie never fails to maintain ...

ANOTHER QUERY IN CORONER'S LAW

... Essex, farmer, THOMAS WILLIAM HENRY COLEY, of Crndley Ifeath, Staffordshire, chnin luranifactucer. JOBiN Ilucl(ARtD r(vENlo, Drury Lane, Liverpool, coarn lactor CHARL:ES LANES. B3lrckbium, grocer. STEPIHEN HOIl)WORTH, Ilbeley. Yorkshiro, gentlemLn. CHARLES ...