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Power looms in Glasgow have increased greatly of late years; some idea may be obtained of the extent of their

Power looms in Glasgow have increased greatly of late years; some idea may be obtained of the extent of their

use when it is known that, in 183.5, four houses employed 3040 looms. These looms on an average weave 14 yards each per day. Allowing each loom to work 300 days in a y-ear, these four companies would throw off 10,101,006 yards of cloth, which, at the average price of 40. per yar
September 17, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

For Messrs. Hetherington and Cleave, from Manchester, as advertised in Hetherington's Dispatch, 11. us. 6d., ditto, ditto, 7s. 10d.---21. ss. 4d. The Subscription List from Salisbury has been mislaid. Can Mr. IV. furnish another? All letters and papers for Mr. Cleave must be for
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
USEFUL AND POPULAR WORKS, _ _ _

USEFUL AND POPULAR WORKS, _ _ _

Sold by Wakelin, 1; Shoe-lane, Fleet-street; 126, Sirand ; 18,, Commercial-place, City-road; 21, Paternoster-row; Purhess, Compton-street, Soho; Clark, Warwick-lane, Paterfluster-row; and by all Booksellers. BYRON v. SOUTHEY. Price threepence, THE VISION OF JUDGMENT. By Loge Byn
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Letters from Lisbon of il;e - 1 - 2ar - i — n - st., arrived at Paris by express, state that the first act of the new order of things in that city was to withdraw from the Prince Ferdinand the command of the army, which was conferred on him by the obstinacy of the Queen, his wif
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHEAP AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.

CHEAP AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.

WIDOW J. SMITH takes this opportunity of Tetarlr..T.l her most grateful thanks to her kind friends of NottiotkAsta and the adjoining Villages, for the liberal support she has rece_reic since the death of her lamented husband, and begs most respoc,let.; _ to state, that as far as
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CIRCULAR LETTER OF THE PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE CHURCH-RATE ABOLITION

CIRCULAR LETTER OF THE PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE CHURCH-RATE ABOLITION

SOCIETY. Fos. a series of years the Protestant Dissenters of this king- - dom have petitioned Parliament for exemption from liability in the exaction of church-rates. They were encouraged to expect relief from this grievance from the circumstance of his Majesty's Government havi
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
No. 3.—. NEW SERIES.

No. 3.—. NEW SERIES.

October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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THINGS WORTH KNOWING. BEST WATER roR TEA.-Rain water, when pure, is very soft, and, on that account, ought to be selected for the making of all infusions, such as tea, since the solvent powers of water are great in proportion to its freedom from earthy salts. To PREvr.NT THE SPR
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CULLINGS FROM CONTEMPORARIES. THE PRESS

CULLINGS FROM CONTEMPORARIES. THE PRESS

Is absolutely inundating the country with newspapers. There is a continued storm of them; it hails, or rather snows, papers; they descend all over the country in large flakes, like the beard of H amlet's father, " Sable silvered." What they all write about, or what they are all
October 1, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England