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HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE BOUGHT in large or small lots.—Mr. Barnes, the corner of Westnaoreland-place, City-terrace, Coy-read, near the Eagle Tavern, will

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE BOUGHT in large or small lots.—Mr. Barnes, the corner of Westnaoreland-place, City-terrace, Coy-read, near the Eagle Tavern, will

take both bad and good, and give two shillings in the pound more than any other person in the kingdom, seed for whom you will—try him, he charges nothing for attendance, nor anything will be accept within ii miles of London. He will leave his price, and let the seller do better
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
T HE LATE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES OF - PLATE have induced RIPPON and CUTTS, ist" Wellsstreet, Oxfs,rd-street, to manufacture a substitute

T HE LATE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES OF - PLATE have induced RIPPON and CUTTS, ist" Wellsstreet, Oxfs,rd-street, to manufacture a substitute

for silver.— Their British Plate is more durable, and requires the strictest scrutiny to distinguish it from silver, at prices less than one hall usual) , charged. Table Spoons and Forks, Sugar Bows Is 6d per pair fiddle handle .. 16s per dot. Soup Ladles B3 each Dessert do, and
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

ROBBERY OF KING'S EITORES.—MariM`DaY - MOII, aged 21, spinster, and Catherine Roberts, 18, spinster (committed by Sir T. M. Wilson, Bart.,) were indicted for stealing two rope mats, value 6s. the property of the King.—Mr. Adolphus, with whom was Mr. Bodkin, stated the case for t
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPERS' DIES.

NEWSPAPERS' DIES.

In answer to a qeestion from Mr. Hume, Mr. Rice said that it was intended to remove the managenst of the maiLpackets from the Post-office deeeertrnent, anti give it to the Admiralty—Mr. Hume " begged leave to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, under the belief that the clause
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISCHARGED ENGINEERS.

DISCHARGED ENGINEERS.

WE inserted last week in our town edition, and this week in another column, a note from the secretary to the Engineer's tee disclaiming, on their part, any knowledge of the address to the public printed in Hetherington'sTwopennyDispalch, of last week, and purporting to he the "o
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WEAVERS' FESTIVAL AT WYMONDSHAM,

WEAVERS' FESTIVAL AT WYMONDSHAM,

IN NORFOLK. The nineth anniversary of the 1001 of August (on which the Wym weavers were liberated for the Ashwell Thorpe affair), was celebrated on Wednesday week with peculiar enthusiasm at that place. Upwards of 200 perso:.s dined at the three principal places, viz: :—the Sun,
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
REDUCTION OF THE STAMP DUTY. TO signalize this important era in the political ""- history of the country, and to

REDUCTION OF THE STAMP DUTY. TO signalize this important era in the political ""- history of the country, and to

mark their gratitude to the public for the constantly increasing support which has attended their steady and consistent efforts in the cause of the people, the Proprietors of THE NEWS have determined to present a beautiful PORTRAIT, Engraved in the first style of the Art on Stee
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BLACK BOOK! In Monthly Parts, at One Shilling, and in Weekly Numbers, at Threepence, . 1 4 .

THE NEW BLACK BOOK! In Monthly Parts, at One Shilling, and in Weekly Numbers, at Threepence, . 1 4 .

PEERAGE FOR THE PEOPLE :—Coniprising Biographical and Historical SkeLzhes of each Member of the House of Peers; Anecdotes of themselves and their Progenitors; an account of the Places and Emoluments distributed amongst each Family; and all such additional information as is neces
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
FL&TTON GARDEN.

FL&TTON GARDEN.

FRAUns.—lsabella Mary Ann Harrig. fine and well-dressed woman, underwent a long examination on several charges of fraud. A young man, named Hill, said that he became acquainted with the prisoner in November last at the house of a friend, who gave him to understand that she was i
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
OXFORD CI RCUT.

OXFORD CI RCUT.

KING V. SOPHIA SUTTON —The prisoner wa , charged with cutting and maiming Sarah Sutton, at Pebwortb, on the 27th of September last.—Mr Talbot conducted the prosecution.—Sarah Sutton said, lam mother-in law to the prisoner. I have one child of my own, about two years old We all l
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England