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COURT OF KING'S BENCH, JULY 8

... acrieited of fe the charge ef picking a geintlemn'ssn p pcket of a gold a, sIatcha, &C., on the. seighit',the King went to Drury-lane - -Theatre. Mr. Pmsrkins seas the principal party son pro. foreleg the bill of indict ment against these persons. C - 01 ...

LEEDS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14

... The Collections amounted to £40 3s. 9d. i r A fine child, two years old, belonging to Mrs. e Mayo, No. lo, Parker-street,Drury-lane, -London, an 0 only child, was deprived of one of its eyes by some tais- lchievotus boys, one of whom threw a handful of ...

ROTHERHAM

... were elected Vice-Presiderts of the C1- lege for the year ensuing. Madame Catalati has just concluded an en- gagement at Drury Lane. She sang three songs per night tbr six nights, and received from Mr. Eilibton z(O, or about £44 per song. The iron trade ...

CRIM. CON

... abilities, and become the friend ofaefricndileso. youog mhan., ?? iso Ad .engte on tile Committee of fmoasg'ei~nk~Oiof. Drury lane p tive, TheatrL, assisted materi ally in bringinrg forward' lii Neon bofoke, u~ le the Loodons public. They all ktnew hoW ...

COURT OF EXCHEQUER, DEC. 3

... ants bcen fully eattbhlelie. In substanee itwtc asaetlgeageaistt tlthrn that they' having a tobaeceo-mnntfctory at No. 141, Drury-lane S Lnd a retail shup ai the same place, ai well a! enotiter retail shop at . No 12, Fleet-street, wihere the room known hy ...

WESTMINSTER COURT OF REQUESTS

... within his breast. Eveu Mister John Williams, a barber's arsis- , tant, residing in one of the nisj ty-nine coo ts of Old Drury lane, had his bit ofde -he was IIabove ; sending for a pen'orth o' butter Ibs will be read below. 'The plaintiff, one hIre ...

THE COURT AND THE PEOPLE

... DEsrITU- TION.-On Monday even- ing, an inquest was held at the Half Moon and Seven Stars public-house, Stanhope-street, Drury- lane, before Mr Higgs, Coroner for Westminster, on view of the body of Thomas Vaughan, aged 72. it appeared, from the evi- dence;of ...

THE COURT AND THE PEOPLE

... EsrITU- TION-On Monday even- ing, an inquesb was held at the Half Moon and Seven Stars public-house, Stanshope-street, Drury- lane, before Mr. Higgs, Coroner for Westminster, on view of the body of Thomas Vaughan, aged 72. It appeared, from the evi- dence ...

THE COURT AND THE PEOPLE

... DEs1ITU- TION.-On 3loaday even- ing, an inquest was held at the Half Moon and Seven Stars public-house, Stanhope-street, Drury- lane, before Mr. Hilggs, Coroner for Westminster, on view of the body of Thomas Vaughan, aged 72. It appeared, front the evi- ...

THE LATE TRIALS

... -the Leaue 'Was anything too hot or t'3>o heavy for them to turn to th eir cause I They were even thlo playing a farce at Drury-lane Theatre, turning buffoons for their own benefit, and admitting the public-at is. s heltd. Much more was thought by Governmon'; ...

THE LATE TRIALS

... even then plaving a farce at Drury-lane Theatre, turniig buffoons for their own benefit, and admitting the public at Is. a head. Much more was thought by Government of their twopenny meeting than of the meeting at Drury-lane, where one shilling was paid ...

THE LATE TRIALS

... wc playing a farce at Drury-lane Theatre, turning go, buffoons for their own benefit, and admitting the thep public at Is. a head. Much more was thought by tO Government of their twopenny meeting than of the me meeting at Drury-lane, where one shilling ...