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TO VENDERS OF THE UNSTAMPED. T HE WEEKLY POLICE GAZETTE, No. 9. Vol. 3, of Feb. 27. being out of

TO VENDERS OF THE UNSTAMPED. T HE WEEKLY POLICE GAZETTE, No. 9. Vol. 3, of Feb. 27. being out of

print and greatly called for, on account of the Fieschi portraits, we will be obliged to those who have copies on hand to semi them to No. I. Pearlrow, Blackfriars-road. We are publishing the portraits weekly, with biographical sketches.
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO THE PROPRIETORS. PURLISHF.R.S, AND YEN. DOHS OF THE UNSTAMPED. PUBLIC MEETING will be held on Easter Tuesday Evening, at

TO THE PROPRIETORS. PURLISHF.R.S, AND YEN. DOHS OF THE UNSTAMPED. PUBLIC MEETING will be held on Easter Tuesday Evening, at

Mr. Carfile's Lecture Room, Shipyard, Temple-bar. Information will be brought forward, and plans gone into, which will concern the whole of the above branches. It is therefore urgently necessary that nothing but sickness or absence from London should prevent the attendance of ev
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
NGTON'S PATENT ELECtRIZ RRS, the most certain Cure yet discovered for the Tooth-sche, Tic-Dolorenx, Rheumaticiii. &c., &c. The Dental Electrizer

NGTON'S PATENT ELECtRIZ RRS, the most certain Cure yet discovered for the Tooth-sche, Tic-Dolorenx, Rheumaticiii. &c., &c. The Dental Electrizer

is a thin Plate of mixed Metals, which being pieced in the mouth upon she gums, Lv a Galvanic Operation, will relieve the pains of Tooth ache and Tic-Doloreux. Price 2s. each.— The Le:4 Electrizer wi'l cure Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Throat, Swellings, &c. It is to be placed on t
August 27, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRANKS and Co., LONDON HOUSE, Corner of Redcross-street, Barbican, are the only Manufacturers who really supply the Public at Wholesale

FRANKS and Co., LONDON HOUSE, Corner of Redcross-street, Barbican, are the only Manufacturers who really supply the Public at Wholesale

Prices. Their Stock is more extensive and comprises a greater variety of Hata, Caps, and Bonnets for Horne Trade ' as also for Exportations, than any other Wholesale or Retail Establishment in the kingdom. LIST FOR THE PRESENT MONTH. Gentlemens' Beaver Hats. ' Gentlemeus' Sil Ha
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A T a Public Meeting of the Surrey Radical Assoi IL dation, at Portland Chapel. Portland.street, near St. Peters's Church,

A T a Public Meeting of the Surrey Radical Assoi IL dation, at Portland Chapel. Portland.street, near St. Peters's Church,

Walworth, Mr. Goldsmith in the ch a i r , th e first resolution was moved by Mr. price. and seconded by Mr. Puddifoot—That the Dorchester Victims ought to be held in everlasting reinemberance and esteem, and the Whigs in everlasting contempt and abhorence for transpoiting them.
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

NEWSPAPER DUTY DILL. ON Monday, in the Houle of Lords, Lord Melbonnie rose to move the important question, upon which their lordships had assembled more fully thsn usual at this advanced period of the session; namely, the order of the day for geing into a committee on the Newspa
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WONDERFUL PRODUCTION, A Shilling Caricature for One Penny !! Now ready, Nos. 1 to 6, One Penny each, published once

WONDERFUL PRODUCTION, A Shilling Caricature for One Penny !! Now ready, Nos. 1 to 6, One Penny each, published once

a Fortnight, of L.LOYD'S POLITICAL JOKES; being a Series A- 4 of Caricatures of Passing Events. By C. J. GRANT. No. 5. 'I he Bishops cleaning their own Stable, or Church Reform. No. 6. The Literary Dustman, or L—d Broom in Character. London : E. Lloyd, 44, Wych•street, Strand; a
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

ON Monday evening, at eight o'clock, at the Artichoke Tavern, Kent-street, Borough, a very full meeting of this young, but growing Association, was held, and Mr. Witts was called to the chair. A little preliminary business was first disposed of, and then the Chairman announced t
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Just published, A FEW DAYS IN ATHENS. By PRANCES WRIGHT. Illustrated with a beautiful head of EPtcun us, engraved on

Just published, A FEW DAYS IN ATHENS. By PRANCES WRIGHT. Illustrated with a beautiful head of EPtcun us, engraved on

Steel. Complete in Two Parts, at Sixpence each ,• stitched in a Wrapper at One Shilling, or in neat cloth boards at One Shilling and Sixpence. London: J. Watson, 18, Commercial-place, City-road; sold by H. He'herington, 126, Strand ; 1, Shoe.lane, Fleet-street; Purkess, Old Comp
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
HEREDITARY LEGISLATION. ' Now publishfng, complete, Sixpence, or in Three Numbers, k Twopence each, ' cIOMMON SENSE, addressed to the

HEREDITARY LEGISLATION. ' Now publishfng, complete, Sixpence, or in Three Numbers, k Twopence each, ' cIOMMON SENSE, addressed to the

Inhabitants of America, on Monarchy and Hereditary Legislation, on the Design of Covernment in general, and the Engliih Constitution: with an Address to the People called Quakers. By PAINE. " The principles entertained in Common Sense' are applicable to all times, and to all man
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England