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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 ...

COMMERCIAL NEWS

... Ordinary rote 2j. In Breweries, Allsopp r ?e 1. Li Tyres, Dunlops fell Island do Deferred, 6d. ( In Theatres, Canterbury rose Drury Lane, 1-16; and NtwTivoli, A; but Alhambra fell i; and London Pavilion, §. Miscellaneous, Hud.-sons rose i; Lipton Debenture ...

SANITARY PROSECUTIONS

... existing on the preemises 14 Drury-lane, The case was allowed t) stand over for a fortnight. .Michael Donnelly was snumnuoned for disobedience L to an order referring to the unclean harbouring oi swine on his premises in Drury-lane. The elase was allowed to ...

THE LONDON HOTEL MURDER

... Sophia Frederica Matilda Basch, who was murderad at 167 Shaftesburv avenue on Friday, was held at St Giles's Coroner's Court, Drury lane. Mr Karl Rasch said deceased- was .aged 31. ,On Fridiy night, at about eight o'clock, de- ceased went up to the bedroom ...

THE MURDER OF MR. TERRISS

... played all kinds of parts, including under- studies for actors receiving £iO and upwards per week. I have 51SO played at Drury Lane for benefits, Gaiety TheotrA matineos as walk- ing gentleman, Her Majestv's pantomimwe chorus, Royal thorus, Grand Duchess ...

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 ...

THE QUEEN'S COURT

... The Lord Chamberlain having been informed of the an. si~osucement that increased prices of admission were re e quiped at Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatrea on the I- evenings of her Majesty's intended visit to those houses, feexpressed to the managers ...

THE MURDER IN CO. CORK

... a stone. He had recently evicted her, . Yeeterdhy afternoone Afr Charle o Harecurt, who Jo ia playing in The Worlr, at Drury Lane Theatro, fe foll t.rqgh a trap fluring relenrscl: He wir Beveroly irruiped and abaken, m .1The %ajoui-ned inquest en the ...

THE BOUCICAULT DIVORCE CASE

... I the ratification of such an appear- ance. I replied I would ionce her a present, as I 1 did when see played with mc in Drury Lane Theatre in London in 1375 Air. siad Mrs. Boucicult played At Booth's Theatre for ao week.. beginning February 1Oth 1879 ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... is a door its Drury-lane, besides the one in Stephen-street. Mr. Walsh contended lie was entitled to an acquittal on the evidence. The house 42 is the one not licensed to re- tail malt or spirituous liquors. It is the house in Drury. lane that has the ...

LONDON MONEY MARKET

... Do C p c Deli 5 10x]i Conterbury 4Q 54 ?? Par 6} 4jG'nd Theatre * 4pm Do Prof 5t 61 Sonth London 6 4 Lon MmeI H 2 o3 Drury Lane Gaiety ?? ?? ?a I ?? par I pm MJISOXLT TA4NEO US. Aeor romad 11 a I Ido New Doe 84 4 Uoli's A~shes P5 b | afulodon Prod ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... notice of bail, and to attend on the following day to enter into securities. PUBLICANS' CAses.-Mrs. Malone, of No. 34, Drury- lane, was summoned for having five persons tippling in her house at twelve o'clock on the night of the 3d of December last. Mr ...