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THE MOVE &TENT 1 This day is published, price One Penny, HINTS TO THE YOUNG MEN OF GREAI BRITAIN, on

THE MOVE &TENT 1 This day is published, price One Penny, HINTS TO THE YOUNG MEN OF GREAI BRITAIN, on

the PROGRESS OF POLITICAL OPINION. By ROBERTS RAMMERSLEY, Esq. "God has given a coon ry of which to be proud, and that freedom, greatness, and renown, which were handed down to us by oar wise and brave forefathers, bid us perish to the las man, rather than suffer the land of the
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
GREENWICFI PETTY SES3IONS

GREENWICFI PETTY SES3IONS

EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES IN CHURCH'S AND CEIAPLES.—James Saunders, alias Coppin, a lad, apparently between 14 and 15 years of age, was finally examined on several charges of felony. lo the whole there were twenty cases against the prisoner; but more than three were not gone into, in
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EqIGRATION OF FEMALES.

EqIGRATION OF FEMALES.

A o r E ' DT AUGH 3 0 N , O I U B3 R 6 A F E 0 TR RETURN HOUSE COMMONS, ADDRESS D Copy, or citrate: of a letter a, dressed by the Chairmon • f the Emigration Committee to the Secretary of State for the Colenies, enclosing a resolution o the C..imm;rtee relative to female emigrat
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
.THE LIBUA RY OF ROMANCE is p4blished iu kly Numbers, at Three Half-penc e each, containing Siveen pages of finest

.THE LIBUA RY OF ROMANCE is p4blished iu kly Numbers, at Three Half-penc e each, containing Siveen pages of finest

paper. hotpressed, and stitched in a Wrapper. .Cso, inll:lontbly Parts, Sixty-four pages and Wrapper, for Sixpence. Ibis •PeriMical is the neatest and cheapest that has ever been offered to the public, and when enor ' t P t le B te ur hiise, ‘ & . ' c. &c. lumes will equal the b
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
• amendt , -have .. removed the it h. _ bring about - pauper mar rages, by givin ,orti• -

• amendt , -have .. removed the it h. _ bring about - pauper mar rages, by givin ,orti• -

ns with young women who vire burdensome t he patiidi A young man ap , lied for a summons ag:. ist the beadle of St Bartholo kmew - the - Great. not fulfilling a contract made with him to give hit M. if he would marry a woman of that par . The beadle g4ve him his " word of honour
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
I REsurtoa:n Ti THE slAsll' LAWS.

I REsurtoa:n Ti THE slAsll' LAWS.

I REsurtoa:n Ti THE LAWS. (To the Editor of the Leeds Times.) SlR,—The meeting held in the Court House, on Monday last, on the subject of the newspaper stamp duty, was, with one exception, a very cheering one ;mleed. 0a the point to w hie% I allude, I should have spoken at the ti
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO VENDERS OF PERIODICALS, NO 5 of the WEEKLY REPOSITORY of • Military and Naval Achievements, Tales of Fiction, Romance,

TO VENDERS OF PERIODICALS, NO 5 of the WEEKLY REPOSITORY of • Military and Naval Achievements, Tales of Fiction, Romance,

&c., price Id., will be published on Saturday, Math the sth, 1536, beautifully illustrated. This work, on account of its original and interesting Tales, is allowed to be one of the best Periodicals of the day, and may be bad early of Messrs. Hetherington, Strand ; Berger, Holywe
March 5, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
(To be continued.)

(To be continued.)

PUBLIC should LOSE NO TimE in Ai going to inspect the immense STOOK of FINE TEAS now on SALE at BONNARD'S celebrated and old-established Tea Warehouse, No. 32, Little Pultney-street, opposite Walker's-court, near Golden-square, St. James's, Westminster. One shilling a pound may
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS.

CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS.

A LLINGHAIVI'S ROTTERDAM CORN and ..'••• BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first application. The Corn Solvent, now submitted to the notice of the public, has been in general use for the last fifteen years, and has never been known to fail where the directions have bee
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRANK'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA.

FRANK'S SPECIFIC SOLUTION OF COPAIBA.

A CERTAIN and MOST SPEEDY CURE for aU URETHRAL DISCHARGES, GUSTS, SPASMODIC STRICTURES, IRRITATION of the KIDNEYS, BL DD ikTRRA ,and PROSTATE GLAND. 7"STIMON I ALS. Prot' J. 11. GREEN, Esq.,P.R.S. our of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons, Snrgeon to St. Thotnass's Hos
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England