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Just published, price 3d., AN ADDRESS to the OPERATIVE CLASSES, being the Substance of a Lecture Explanatory and in Defence

Just published, price 3d., AN ADDRESS to the OPERATIVE CLASSES, being the Substance of a Lecture Explanatory and in Defence

of the Nature and Obj ects o f th e C HELT ENI-IA MECHANIC' I N s T i T u ri o N , an d o f t h e a d vantaes which it affords for Scientific and Political Information. Delivered by W. P. GAS/CELL, 8.A., Corpus Christi College, Cantbridge. London : Wakelin, 1, Sho e -lane, Fleet
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Now publishing, price Sixpence, gilt edges, THE BRIDAL OEM; or, Wife's hest Companion. Also, price Sixpence, THE SOCIAL BIBLE, developing

Now publishing, price Sixpence, gilt edges, THE BRIDAL OEM; or, Wife's hest Companion. Also, price Sixpence, THE SOCIAL BIBLE, developing

the Constitati,on Laws of Human Nature. And, price Twopence, EQUALITY. a Poem, by G. Fetre. London: Lee, 31, Marylebone-lane ; and sold at 1, Shoe-luta Fleet-street; and by all Booksellers.
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD DURHAM. Prom Carpenter's Peerage for the People.) (Continued from our last.) WE have thus given an imperfect outline of

LORD DURHAM. Prom Carpenter's Peerage for the People.) (Continued from our last.) WE have thus given an imperfect outline of

Lord Durham's public character, from his first entrance upon political life; and it is really gratifying to find a member of the peerage upon whom we can bestow almost unqualified approbation. During the twenty years that he has been before the public, he has pursued the even te
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

ON Monday evening, this Association, which is increasing in numbers, held its usual weekly public meeting at the great room of the Artichoke Tavern, in Kent-street. The attendance was numerous, and Mr. Catchpool was called to the chair. The subject which came before the meeting
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAmmus RXDICAL ASSOCIATION". A PUBLIC MEETING will take place TUES. -4 DAY EVENINC, the 31 of May, at Eieht

TOWER HAmmus RXDICAL ASSOCIATION". A PUBLIC MEETING will take place TUES. -4 DAY EVENINC, the 31 of May, at Eieht

o'clock, at the Pewter Platter, White Lion street, Nortonfalote ; FERGUS O'CONNOR, Esq., in the Chair. The subject for discnssion will be " An Unstamped Press.' The Friends of a Free Press in the east are requested to rally round the man who, in spite all the caluntny that has b
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Published at the of the natilOaL, 344, Strand, 1116 following Pamphlets:— SERMON for the CON VERSIONof theBIS HOPS to CHRISTIANITY.

Published at the of the natilOaL, 344, Strand, 1116 following Pamphlets:— SERMON for the CON VERSIONof theBIS HOPS to CHRISTIANITY.

Price One Halfpenny. AMBASSADORS, what do we Pay them for? A question for the People. Price Sixpence. TRIAL of DR. A. J. BEAUMONT before the French Chamber of Peers. Price One Penny. Sold at 1, Shoe-I , ne, Pleehstreet. • Jug published, price 2s Cid. A Coloured Print of one Side
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
pERRING'S ECONOMIC BEAVER HATS, 121. each.—These Hats have all the appearance of a Hat at 21s. and will wear equally

pERRING'S ECONOMIC BEAVER HATS, 121. each.—These Hats have all the appearance of a Hat at 21s. and will wear equally

as long. Prime Waterproof Silk Hats 7s. 6d. to 12s. 'Youth's Superfine Cloth Caps,63. fia. Patent newly invented Hats, Waterproof, weighing only 3i 12s. Travelling Hats and Caps in every variety. N.B. The best Town-made Beaver Hats, warranted to wear twelve months, 215.; second
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. IRISII CHURCH BILL. On Monday, in the House (4 - L -- crds, Lord Melhourn mow d that

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. IRISII CHURCH BILL. On Monday, in the House (4 - L -- crds, Lord Melhourn mow d that

theif lores')ips into mfli. mit- - e on the Church of Iteldnd lill—a - .4117e same time"ornrilly commutileatint his Majesty'igssent to ; tt.ts of the bill as affected the interests of fie Crov , r. The House having tome into committee, Lord Lyndhurst moved various amendmews, alt
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
R.kDICAL Ass()ClfaloN

R.kDICAL Ass()ClfaloN

A PUBLIC MEE o the above Asscciatien 4—.1- will be held at the Canterbu-v Arrni, Upper Marsh, Marsh Cate, Lambeth, on Wodnesday Evrniti?.: neat. The Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock prerisaly. Siibj n.ci salty of the Work ing- Mm's Club. W Hill, 'Pe. BOOKSELLERS' AND VRND‘)RS'
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England