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N ATIONAL VIEWS OF LONDON All ITS IKON' ; embracing "heir Antiquities, Modern Improvements, &c. Bce., (rota Original Drawings by

N ATIONAL VIEWS OF LONDON All ITS IKON' ; embracing "heir Antiquities, Modern Improvements, &c. Bce., (rota Original Drawings by

Eutincast Artists. Each Number comprises Five Views, beautifully engraved. on Steel, with descriptive letter.procs. The above Work may now be had iu 105 Numbers at 14., or in Two Vols., bound in cloth, A few Impreesious on India Paper, price 44. per Number, or in Two Vols., Roya
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
tr./real/ILL PARLIAIbSENT.

tr./real/ILL PARLIAIbSENT.

PARLIAIbSENT. ItIGISTRATDN OF VOTERS' BILL. On the motion that the House of Couttaons rewive into committee on this Bill, on Monday, Mr. c. Doncombe brought forward the.mation of which he had given notice. Soon after the passing of the Reform Isid a str_ng desire was felt to :e--
April 23, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT TO RANKERS.

IMPORTANT TO RANKERS.

A meeting, under the fiat of bankruptcy against WiHiam J. Preret , m, of Bri into vv, in Norfolk, banker, was 1H.1.1 Fakeitliwo, for the proof of debts and the choice of assignees, on Tuesday, the 12th of April, inst.mt, when Samuel Bigoold, Esq., the resident direct r of the No
April 23, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
a II BRED ITARY • LEGISLATION. Now publishfng, complete, Sixpence, or in ure Numbers, Twopence each, COMMON SENSE, addressed to

a II BRED ITARY • LEGISLATION. Now publishfng, complete, Sixpence, or in ure Numbers, Twopence each, COMMON SENSE, addressed to

the Inhabitants of America, on Monarchy and Hereditary Legislationowa the Design of Government in general, and the English Coast', lotion: with an Address to the People called Quakers. Bt THOMAS PAINE. " The principles entertained in Common Sense' are applf. cable to all times,
April 23, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH STREET.

MARLBOROUGH STREET.

Mary Welsh brought Patrick Upton before Mr. Conant, for having committed sundry assaults on her during an Irish row, which took place In that sober and peabeable district known as the" Holy Land."—Mrs. Welsh came in crying, bolding in her apron several parcels, neatly done up in
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
NO; ICES TO CORIMWONDLNTi.

NO; ICES TO CORIMWONDLNTi.

Received liow Arr. Heywood, .for _Alessi's. Hetherington and Cleave, to support them against their persecutions, the sum of '2l, being the proceeds of six weeks' penny subscriptions, from Men employed by Messrs. Wren and Bennett, Areivtonstreet, Manchester, are so disgusted with
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CORPORATION EXPENDITURE.

CORPORATION EXPENDITURE.

The City ReveLtta Committee, spi.ointed at the instance of W. Williams, Esq., tke member for Coventry, for the important purpose of inquiring into the City income and expenditure, met on turday last, in cotn,eqiience of his having resigned the office of chairman of that committe
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THREE CHEERS FOR BROTHER JONATHAN! Just published, price One Penny, NOBLE REPLY of the CONGRESS of the UNITED STATES to

THREE CHEERS FOR BROTHER JONATHAN! Just published, price One Penny, NOBLE REPLY of the CONGRESS of the UNITED STATES to

the AGNEWS and POULTERS of America; being a death-blow to Cant, Priestcraft, and Intolerance. Every body should read this excellent production of the American legislature; it is a death-blow to the Sabbath Protection Humbugs, who would destroy the innocent pleasures and recrsati
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TALES OF ALL NATIONS; or, Popular - ' l- • Legends and Romances. Neatly printed in giro., hot. pressed, and

TALES OF ALL NATIONS; or, Popular - ' l- • Legends and Romances. Neatly printed in giro., hot. pressed, and

published Weekly in Nos., One Penny each, and in Parts, price Fourpence, stitched in a neat Wrapper. Each Number is embellished with an elegant Engraving. p ar t s I t o 5 inclusive are now ready. London : W. Strange, 21, Paternosterrow ; Wakelin,l, Shoe lane, Fleet-street; and
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
GITTLDHALL.

GITTLDHALL.

William Turner, a clerk to Messrs. Pontifes, of 8h e-lane. coppersmiths, was charged with embezzling sums he had been entrusted with to pay the workmen employed by the firm Mr. flu mph reys attended fr the prisoner.—Mr Wm Pontifex stated the nature of the case. It was the duty o
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England