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Liverpool, Lancashire, England

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HIGH TREASON

... decidedly insane, and Ti rovedsodown to themoment of liisattempton the ?? Gee. IlI a by shooting at him from the pit of Drury-lane Theatre in 18.1, and lie was scquitted. lavtin ox laeth a fhg rae~n 9token a review of the tria of Iatfield, the Attorn ...

POLICE COURT

... who dupes GE to silly people by p~retendiniO to tell theirfortunos, was charged with colic e- swindling Jane Evans, of Drury-lane. tout of a sovereign. The shon l0 prisoner, it appeared, got a sovereien fromn the complainant, tend cocci p roterndod tolsew ...

POLICE COURT

... can out of the shop. Mr. Chap-D eman immediately gave chase, crying out Stop thief,~ i and the prisoner was secured in Drury-lane, by officer ~j345, who came up on hearing the alarm. The prisoner E Isaid nothing in hid defence, He was committed for trial ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... Hertford, ?? the Earl Talbot, the Earl of Powis, and the Earl do he is Ir. Grey. Ml st Her Majesty and Prince Albert honoured Drury-lane (the at theatre with their presence on Monday evening. The gan ot Royal suite consisted of the Viscountess Jocelvn, Hon ...

INQUESTS

... when it is known that tie Fin5 he ci Committee have lately granted a lease of 75 yearS ad of land in Water-street, corer of Drury-lane, al the ,b rate of i, poundv per SQUOTO yard. ed Ducisy or LANCASTER, JAN. 30.-The Queen has this ed day been pleased to ...

LIVERPOOL JULY SESSIONS

... Miyers, broker, Exohange-alley West be T Joseph Paxton, broker, Exchange-buildings. in 1I3 Samuel Stitt, iron merchant, Drury-lane. ci d John Aspinall Syers, cotton broker, Chapel-street, an it Henry Steole, timber merchant, Waterloo-road. th le Owen ...

LIVERPOOL OCTOBER SESSIONS

... load arnd copper merchant, Gores. al J. W. idullineux, Esq., rectifier, Dale-street. Thomas Mather, Esq., corn merchant, Drury-lane. Re t John Jordoln, Esq., banker, Huskoisson-street. ifo There were seventy-five prisonere for trial for felony, Pa Rad ...

INQUESTS

... to the ship Danube, was severely burned. trib, He had been drinking all the day, and returned to his rafli r lodgings in Drury lane in a state of stupor. He laydown upon the e a settle, and, notwithstanding repeated entreaties, refused to able t go to ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... 10s. ; Ann Lloyd, Regent-street, £3; 'AV of the Ann Greenall, Titbehbarn-street, 20s9.-Beerseliera: James L door, Fields, Drury-lane, 10s.- Patrick Mahon, Carlton-street, h, in, the £5; James Wallace, Woodstock-street, £3; William 11 brown Pendleton, B ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... lodging- house keeper. From the statement of the prosecuto-, it appeared that the prisoner lodged with him at his house in Drury-lane. On Monday afternoon, he informed the prosecutor that he had shipped in an American vessel, presented a shipping note, and ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... nanmed Thonita Little,wtisteliaged ?? various sums of money be- A -iniginge to his emsployer, Mi. Golding, en, r broker, Drury-lane. at 3The prisoner was office boy, and woes frequently, sent out to eel- flect accounts. On the 16tih instant lie ores paid ...

LIVERPOOL COUNTY COURT

... 20 ?? P. Tee- q ha , surgeon, 30 ?? D. Wheeler, attorney- tl sat-aw, Lime-street, 30' ?? thease of Richardh ly Bell, of Drury-lane, no order was made, tthe debt being Sl n due previous to the defendant's bankruptcy. It appeared t( e- he obtained his ...