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WORSITIP STREET.

WORSITIP STREET.

An elderly man, named John Hall, who said he was a shipwright, was charged with having swindled several persons of sums of money. The prisoner, it appeared, pretended that certain parties were entitled to property amounting to 170,0001. by an award of the Court of Chancery, but
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
This day is publialed, price Twopence, AN A or lD th D e R H E U ZS AN on

This day is publialed, price Twopence, AN A or lD th D e R H E U ZS AN on

s t p h t e C H IE O S P . E B S y a n nd .p D . E O S u TI N N . TES Also, price Sixpence, A fine BUST OF EPICURUS, engraved on steel. Proof and all Booksellers. Impressions. London: J. Watson, 18, Comme cg r t c : i in a n l ,p ;p io l:c .. e t , re C e i t ty H ro e a y d w ,
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
to obtain useful knowledge than to be furnished with frivolous amusement. we have done what we could to them with

to obtain useful knowledge than to be furnished with frivolous amusement. we have done what we could to them with

a their wants and their t tes. while it not. fait. a cnmnarison with its rnr.re co , tly cantemwlr a _ fes o in the clrractpr of its oricrinal nricles. If we have succeeded—and wa have rnr , ss satisractnry evidences that we have sea no reason for our 1: - ,bonrs. R'sld", we kno
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SORRY DISTRICT DORCHESTER VICTIM CO ti MIT LEE. TT is requested that those Persons holding Books that have not made

SORRY DISTRICT DORCHESTER VICTIM CO ti MIT LEE. TT is requested that those Persons holding Books that have not made

any return, will immediately return the same with their contents, to save further trouble. By order of the Committee. J. Hon. Sec. P.S. The Committee meet every Monday night, to transact busincts, at the Portland-street, Chapel, W alwort h.
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
KENRINGTON. A Public Meeting will be held at the Catherine Wheel, Church-street, on Monday evening next, Sept. 5, 1836, to

KENRINGTON. A Public Meeting will be held at the Catherine Wheel, Church-street, on Monday evening next, Sept. 5, 1836, to

discuss the Question—is the Bill known as Sturges Bourne's, beneficial or injurious to the community 1
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
MILTON ON TITHES, CHURCH-RATES, ase New publishing, price Bd., 4 1 3 pages foolscap Bvo. THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO REM(

MILTON ON TITHES, CHURCH-RATES, ase New publishing, price Bd., 4 1 3 pages foolscap Bvo. THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO REM(

HIRELINGS OUT OF THE CHURCH. Wher discoursed of, Tithes, Church Fees, and Church Itevenues .vhether any Maintenance of Ministers can be settled by By JOHN MILTON. This is a cheap and neat reprint of the immortal nervously-written and ably-reasoned tract. It should be e: lively d
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
UTILITARIANISM AND CANNIBALISM. (The Radical.)

UTILITARIANISM AND CANNIBALISM. (The Radical.)

'lii s opponents of Mr. Bentham's "Greatesthappiness-principle "imagined once that they had found a short mode of repelling it by the following questions, to which we subjoin 6.7 answers of a Benthamite :—Q. Do you, as a 13enthamite, hold that the will of the inakirity should ru
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO be Sold, the Astronomical Apparatus of the late Rowland Detrosier; consisting of a Lantern. a complete set of Slides

TO be Sold, the Astronomical Apparatus of the late Rowland Detrosier; consisting of a Lantern. a complete set of Slides

; the Twelve Signs of the Zodiac, and Poles for the Screen. The whole to be sold for 18/. For particulars, apply to Mrs. Detrosier, 13;, St. John street, Clerkenwell.
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CrATTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CrATTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

ninth Session of the Commi sioneornmenced on Monday morning, before the Lord Mayor, Aldermen Sheriffs, the Common Sc:rgeact, Mr. Sergeant Arabin, and the Under-Sheriffs of the counties within the jurisdiction of the Commissioners. The Recorder was absent, on account of taessing
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England