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THE GOURLAY FRAUDS

... London, on the body of a child. The evi- dence given showed that on Christmas Day the drain of a house in Vere-street, Drury- lane, ,wais found to be defective, and upon the place being pulled to pieces, the body of a male child was discovered blocking ...

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS

... appeared from informs. .tion in possession of the court, one of a aing of' i thieves, notorious in the neighbourhoed of Drury- lane, and was besides about the worst conducted boy ever sent to prison. When he was sentenced before .he had been previously ...

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 ...

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- ...

Assize Intelligence

... PoLYTECHNIC IrSTITUToilON.-The directors, ever anxious to cator for the public amusement, have engaged Mr J. Russell, late of Drury Lane Theatre, to give recitations on various subjects. On Tuesday evening we had the gratification of being present St one of ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 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 ...