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SHOCKING DISCOVERY IN LAMBETH

... Moriarty. From the evidence of the witnesses, it appeared that'the ?? and her husband, who occupied lodgings in Granby Place, Drury Lane, had for some time been in the habit of quarrelling through jealousy, and a few evenings ago, after partaking of some drink ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Park- road 20sr and costs Sanday trad ofJ. H. Bellion, Dexer-street, Edge-hil , Sna al ing, was fined a 0s. ;-and ?? Field, Drury lane, Brunswick-street, for Sunday trading, was fined 10s, and costse Mw IMSheery, Dublin-street, for Sunday trading, he 1h and ...

MURDERS

... terminating in the violent death of a young lasn. named John Kelly, took place in the front parlour of No. 4, Denhem Yard, Drury Lane about one o'clock a.m. on Thursday. It is stated thai at twelve o'clock the. deceased, with his mother, his ehild, his paramour ...

CHORLEY

... In the first, a chorister,who w ae ?? a dairyman, and who had been engaged to sing in wThe gady of the Loalte, at the Drury Lane, suned tse t eesee, Mr. Chatterlon, for the anna of £e12, on the ground of unjust dismissal; hut on iunqry into details ...

MURDERS

... ?1 U R D E R S. TnE MUxJnDER IN DtuyRy LANE .-John Crow, a labourer, residing in Shelton-street. Drury Lane. was charged on remand before Mr. Vauilian at the Bow- street Police Court, on IMonday, with the wilful murder of Georgepreen. After some evidence ...

HOLIDAY FRAUDS

... weareinclinedto say, What! that the Dutch or the Hungarian costume? Impossible. e We have seen people at Burlington House or Drury Lane more like Dutch or Hungarians than 8 those people there. The picturesque peasant, when found, is decidedly not; up to sample ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... custody charged ws ith having embezzled the s'ni of £133 143., the moneys of his employer, Mr. Be. J. Evans, corn merchant, Drury- lane. Mr. Davies. who prosecuted, said the prisoner had been employed by Mr. Evaans as clerk and collector of accounts, and in ...

THE POPLAR POLSONING CASE

... Ithre ?? owug a very game stern raceI 1 throughout the whole distanee. A SUCCESSFUL TIIEATRagMAIWAUE1R.T po 'prietors of Drury. lane Theatre have ratified les to Mr; E. T. Smith, at a special meeting, at hc Captain Spencer said Mr. Smfith had resce th theatre ...

DIVORCE CASES

... January with a revival of Tom Taylor's Twist Axe and Crown. It it stated that Mr. Augustus Harris has deter- mined to turn Drury Lane Theatre into a limited company, and with that view articles of associati have already been drawn up. Miss Wallis has so ...

MURDER

... confused, but took theboy toa ?? constable William Bishop, ER 10, deposed About half-past six on ?? night I was on duty in Drury Lane, wheti my at. tention was called by Dr. Jones. He told me a manhad been shot, and had been taken to the hospital. I pm. ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... adremnded on A1e-charge of stesi n and re-I ceiving.£248 18S. 6d. jk~ ?? belonging to Messrs Mabierl 3rothers, merchants, Drury- lane, were again pice in the dock. Mr. Robin- - f thne fliiq of Lowndes. Batoson, and. 7 ev'id~etice''d'uduied, ee t'en ard ...

DANGEROUS STATE OF THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH

... for improvements in appa beat rrafoes for covering yarns or ether cores : dated August21, 1805. an a Eliward Field, of Drury Lane, London, engineer, for improve-, does Im~a 'in Presses or machinery for embossing land colouring: ablsi di~ead August 211 ...