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THE LATE CONSPIRACY

... the well known Thri- A mas Preston was apprehenstded by - Lavender and Bishop, at his obscure lodgsing in Princes streEt. Drury-lane, by virtue of a Warrattt from Nr. ,irnie, on a charge ot'high treason. He-was.brnuglht to the office and underwent a short ...

LONDON POLICE, NOVEMBER 15

... twenty shillings. John Elliott was convihtedin the peaalty of tven- ty shillinh.si for firing offa squib in ?? build4 ings, Drury-lane. William Stanley was corivicted of h similar offSnce| in the same place. Charltes Northcott was convicted of a' smilar of- ...

COURT OF CHANCERY, LINCOLN'S INV. FEB. [ill]

... cask: to the :le of Lordsi . ELLISTON V. JQN99 ANSD OVRENS. Mr. Hart stated tbat the plaintitr, who is the proprict ? o? Drury.lane Theatre, had iatelyemnployed Mr. Howard P.vive to translate a drama frorn cbe French, which lia,. beenr plaid at the above ...

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. wESTMINSTER, FEB. 16. RADICAL COFFEE

... slightly wounded, Lord Palmerston, about three years ago-and the unfortunate man who some time age fired at Miss Kelly at Drury -lane Theatre, are still under confine. ment in Bethlem Hospital. A few days ago, Miss S. Godfrey, a bankrupt, late of Marlcet ...

ENGLISH COURT OF CHANCERY

... that any injutry had been sustained as to the sale of thie Noble Author's, book, by the tragedy having been performed at Drury- lane Theatre, for the fact was the contrary, by the repreientation having been received with unanimmous approbation by the p)ubiic ...

LONDON POLICE, NOV. 28

... MqgisstrJte,, charged ;vith, throwing a man 1 named Thayers Out of the window of a house of ill fate, in. Charlqi stre.et, Drury., lane -Hannah Pethbck, Maria Angel, and Mary Haggeart A ail named eurnell was also charge, ed as beirg ap accessgry. . . :e 'Thayers ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS—APRIL 17

... preferred a bill of indictment asainst ?? JAhn loo e Anderorn, tire new wvoril perforner, who lately made his appearance at Drury-lane theatre, and Williams. flopkinrin, ink which she charged them with having gone to the theatre for thle wanton purpose of ...

SHOCKING CHILD MURDER IN FRANCE

... that had ever been prow duced ?? l Globe. A Loindon evening Paper denies the truth of tord Lenitox having'made a tender for Drury-lane. W~e have good authority to believe that his Lofd!s-ip has offered for the ITheatre. ...

OLD BAILEY SESSIONS—LONDON, THURSDAY

... proserutrix. stated that she lives at No. 1, Chapel street, May-fair; Thomas Garland was in her service; he went with her to Drury-lane Theatre on the 28th April, between 11 and 12 o'clock; she told him to return with the carriage about four, and to bring ...

DUBLIN POLICE—HEAD OFFICE

... information of the matter to the peace-officers who were - since in quest of him. He was arrested on Wednesday evening in . Drury-lane, by peace- >officer Mackey, and bioughi before the magistrates of this office yesterday. The informations of Moore and another ...

ANECDOTES OF ELLISTON

... Ellistoll'a eyes, seemed to deserve. 'I But his failure, Sir, said be, is attributable to myself. I brought hiim out at Drury-lane, at ass unlucky moment-at a time whbela it was the fashion io abuse me, and to depreciate all my at- tempts to sustain the ...