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HEREDITARY LEGISLATION. Now publishing, complete, Sixpence, or in Three Numbers, Twopence each, SENSE, addressed to the Inhabitants of America, on

HEREDITARY LEGISLATION. Now publishing, complete, Sixpence, or in Three Numbers, Twopence each, SENSE, addressed to the Inhabitants of America, on

Monarchy and Hereditary Legislation, on the Design of (Zovernment in general, and the Engßill Constitution ; with an Address to the People called Quakers. By THOMAS PAINE. " The principles entertained in Common Sense' are applicable to all times, and to all mankind; they should
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BLACK BOOK.

THE NEW BLACK BOOK.

Just published, Parts I. antl It., peice One Sid Mug each, and No. X., price Three Pence, of APEERAGE FOR THE PEOPLE. By CARPENTER. The Two Parts now published comprist the Histories of all the Peers, from A BERCORN to D AR NI,Ey; and, therefore, among others, of Lords Abitsger
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
MOORE'S ALMANACKS 1836. THE BRITISH SHEET ALMANACK, . Eiegantiy printed is Red and Black, on royal paper, and adapted for

MOORE'S ALMANACKS 1836. THE BRITISH SHEET ALMANACK, . Eiegantiy printed is Red and Black, on royal paper, and adapted for

the Counting-Lonae and Office. This Sheet contains Tables of Interest at Four and Five lie:- cent.; Time of High Water at London Bridge for every Day in Ilbe-Y • Hens of the Foreign Post-Office, and much import.:4 knowledge. Price Threepence. THE BRITISH DIAMOND ALMANAC' Includi
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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
 
AT WATSON'S CHEAP AND USEFUL PUBLICATION WAREHOUSE, 18, Commercial-Ow, City-road, Finsbury, near the Bunhill-fields Burial_groeud. Jnst published, in 2 vols.

AT WATSON'S CHEAP AND USEFUL PUBLICATION WAREHOUSE, 18, Commercial-Ow, City-road, Finsbury, near the Bunhill-fields Burial_groeud. Jnst published, in 2 vols.

price 71.6 d. neatly bound in cloth, with a Memoir of the Author THE SYSTEM OF NATURE, as applicable to the Happiness of Man living in Society, contrasted with Superstitious and Imaginary Systems. By M. D. To be bad in Parts at 6d., and in Numbers at 2d. each. Also, price 2s. in
April 23, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ARISTOCRACY AT H

THE ARISTOCRACY AT H

IER TRADING. A Wan CAT.---During the latter part of last week and the beginning of the present, a good deal of excitement has existed in the neighbourhood of Knightsbridge. About three o'clock on Saturday morning, as police constable Jones T 55, was passing through South-place,
September 17, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ser • , • ta 0" ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, Ate.

ser • , • ta 0" ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, Ate.

ser • , • ta 0 " ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, noble and once splendid edifice, its park, gar. dens, and labyrinth, has been a good deal visited this season by "the natives," but as to foreigners, whether lively or dull, condescending to look at such things in England, it was not
September 17, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARKET. Urpeth PI itnrose Brathlyll'a Hetton Haswell Wallstml Hilton 225 61 Russell's Helton 0113 H art lepool 94 Gordon South

ARKET. Urpeth PI itnrose Brathlyll'a Hetton Haswell Wallstml Hilton 225 61 Russell's Helton 0113 H art lepool 94 Gordon South

Durham Tees Norwood .... 2os Od Blyth Cowpen Oil Kisecar Nethermu . 205 04
September 17, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England