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KENT LENT ASSIZES.

KENT LENT ASSIZES.

NAIRN V. CHANCELLOR AND ANOTHER. Mr. Thesig - er (with whom was Mr. Parker) stated that this was an action by Mr. Nairn, a g_entlemau of East Griusteasl, against two of the officers of the Margate Pier Company, for false imprisonment. Mr. Nairn, it appeared by the learned counse
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The Earl de Grey i:resented a petition on the sul - j et of agricultural distress, signed by 2 600 occupiers ot land in Warwickshire, which, from an informality, was withdrawn.—The Lord Chancellor brought up the repot t of the select c,mmittee on the Ecclesiastical Couits' Conso
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM RADICALS AND THE UNSTAMPED.

THE BIRMINGHAM RADICALS AND THE UNSTAMPED.

THE following admirable petition to the House of Commons is receiving numerous signatures in Birmingham, from the Radicals of that town and neighbourhood :—That your petitioners, for nearly three years past, have enjoyed the advantage of obtaining political information and gener
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH AND ITS DOINGS! Just published, price only Is. 6d. L. AN ABRIDGMENT OF HOWITT'S POPULAR HISTORY OF PRIESTCRAFT.

THE CHURCH AND ITS DOINGS! Just published, price only Is. 6d. L. AN ABRIDGMENT OF HOWITT'S POPULAR HISTORY OF PRIESTCRAFT.

"This work is well adapted to the spirit and necessities of the present times. The belief is deeply rooted, and is daily becoming more widely spread, that established religious are incompatible with good government. It is a duty incumbent upon us to spread those *pinions which w
April 2, 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
 
ir&RT IX., PRICE SIXPENCE

ir&RT IX., PRICE SIXPENCE

ir&RT PRICE SIXPENCE The Soldier Tir'd of War's Alarms; Observations on Music, particularly Vocal, and Accompaniment, wherein all the principles of the Science are developed, illustrated with numerous Lessons and Examples. . . Orders received by all dealers in periodicals, and ve
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England