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Real HUNT'S MATCHLESS BLACK-ING, prepared and sold by T. Hunt, son of the late H. Hunt. Esq., M.P., at the

Real HUNT'S MATCHLESS BLACK-ING, prepared and sold by T. Hunt, son of the late H. Hunt. Esq., M.P., at the

old premises, 52, Broad Vail, Blackfriars. In appealing to the British public, after an absence of four years in America, at the expiration of which the death of his father deprived him of the means of subsistence, the advertiser hopes he will not be utterly forsaken. It is true
August 27, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MARCH OF INTELLECT. This day is published, price One Penny, HINTS TO THE YOUNG MEN OF GREAT BRITAIN, on

THE MARCH OF INTELLECT. This day is published, price One Penny, HINTS TO THE YOUNG MEN OF GREAT BRITAIN, on

the PROGRESS OF POLITICAL OPINION. By ROBERTS RAE .M.CRILEY, Esq. London: Wakelin, Shoe-lane, Fleet-street, and all the Agents for this Paper in Town and Country.
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

ROBBERY OF KING'S EITORES.—MariM`DaY - MOII, aged 21, spinster, and Catherine Roberts, 18, spinster (committed by Sir T. M. Wilson, Bart.,) were indicted for stealing two rope mats, value 6s. the property of the King.—Mr. Adolphus, with whom was Mr. Bodkin, stated the case for t
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPERS' DIES.

NEWSPAPERS' DIES.

In answer to a qeestion from Mr. Hume, Mr. Rice said that it was intended to remove the managenst of the maiLpackets from the Post-office deeeertrnent, anti give it to the Admiralty—Mr. Hume " begged leave to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, under the belief that the clause
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISCHARGED ENGINEERS.

DISCHARGED ENGINEERS.

WE inserted last week in our town edition, and this week in another column, a note from the secretary to the Engineer's tee disclaiming, on their part, any knowledge of the address to the public printed in Hetherington'sTwopennyDispalch, of last week, and purporting to he the "o
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WEAVERS' FESTIVAL AT WYMONDSHAM,

WEAVERS' FESTIVAL AT WYMONDSHAM,

IN NORFOLK. The nineth anniversary of the 1001 of August (on which the Wym weavers were liberated for the Ashwell Thorpe affair), was celebrated on Wednesday week with peculiar enthusiasm at that place. Upwards of 200 perso:.s dined at the three principal places, viz: :—the Sun,
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
REDUCTION OF THE STAMP DUTY. TO signalize this important era in the political ""- history of the country, and to

REDUCTION OF THE STAMP DUTY. TO signalize this important era in the political ""- history of the country, and to

mark their gratitude to the public for the constantly increasing support which has attended their steady and consistent efforts in the cause of the people, the Proprietors of THE NEWS have determined to present a beautiful PORTRAIT, Engraved in the first style of the Art on Stee
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BLACK BOOK! In Monthly Parts, at One Shilling, and in Weekly Numbers, at Threepence, . 1 4 .

THE NEW BLACK BOOK! In Monthly Parts, at One Shilling, and in Weekly Numbers, at Threepence, . 1 4 .

PEERAGE FOR THE PEOPLE :—Coniprising Biographical and Historical SkeLzhes of each Member of the House of Peers; Anecdotes of themselves and their Progenitors; an account of the Places and Emoluments distributed amongst each Family; and all such additional information as is neces
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
RENSINGTON PETTY SESSTONS.

RENSINGTON PETTY SESSTONS.

DESPERATE ASSAULT ON A WIFE BY HER HUS• BAND.-Mr. Thomas Carrick, of No. 17, Durhamplace Notting-hull, was browght up, charged with having attempted to murder his wife.—Mrs. Catherine Carricx, who was accompanied by her brother and a number of highly respectable friends, stated
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
INFLUANCE nr Till MoRAL PHYSICAL HABITS OF THE WORKING CLASSES ON FIEUTH, &c. DOMESTIC MANNERS.— It is chi, fly in

INFLUANCE nr Till MoRAL PHYSICAL HABITS OF THE WORKING CLASSES ON FIEUTH, &c. DOMESTIC MANNERS.— It is chi, fly in

the most antiab'e faraiii.-s of well-educated portion of society that manners are what they ought to be amongst tbote who dwell eller. Such persons have hec sine emancipated from tie brutalizing maxims for family discipline, which have been hznded down to Ile, with cur bad laws,
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England