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THE NEW POOR LAW BILL.

THE NEW POOR LAW BILL.

IN consequence of a letter appearing in the Times, from the parish surgeitn of St. Botoip! , 1, Aldgate , on Saturday the 19th, which from the cunning of the writer would lead the public to infer that my letter, which immediately preceded it, was, to use his own expression, "a t
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD SUBSCRIPTION for the DORCHESTER LABOURERS'. 1835, July 11.—To Atnount remitted From the Co-operative Society, by J. Blackburn Collected by

HUDDERSFIELD SUBSCRIPTION for the DORCHESTER LABOURERS'. 1835, July 11.—To Atnount remitted From the Co-operative Society, by J. Blackburn Collected by

Ardron and Nightingale, in Town Received from J. Aaron—J. A. collected 9s. 6d , and sent 3s. by E. Bailey, who paid it in his amount from Kayes' Factory, as advertised in sum .et 3s. E. Bailey, from Kayes' Factory By Downing Honley 0 8 6 Black Horse Inn, Union Lodge, Dalton, by
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Price Twopence.

Price Twopence.

MR. ROEBUCK'S PAMPHLET of this Week contains— A FULL and POPULAR EXPOSITION of the 'QUESTION of the REPEAL of the NEWSPAPER &TAMP, with a. Slatemaut of the Means which have been to. attaisi that object. Edited by J. A. Esq., M.P. Published for the Proprietors,. by C.. Ely, 11, T
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
HUNT'S LEGACY TO THE WORKING CLASSES. Second Edition, price One Penny, ALECTURE to the WORKING CLASSES, - on the Conduct

HUNT'S LEGACY TO THE WORKING CLASSES. Second Edition, price One Penny, ALECTURE to the WORKING CLASSES, - on the Conduct

of the Whigs. Delivered at Birmingham, by the late IlaN itY HUNT, Esq. London; Sold at 1, Shoe lane; Fleet-street ; 126, Strand ; IS, Cominercial!ylace, City road ; 1, Pearl-row, Blackrriars-road ; 12, Stratton-ground, NVestminster, Guest, Steelhouse-latte, mingham; Heywood, Man
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
N ATIONAL VIEWS OF LONDON All ITS IKON' ; embracing "heir Antiquities, Modern Improvements, &c. Bce., (rota Original Drawings by

N ATIONAL VIEWS OF LONDON All ITS IKON' ; embracing "heir Antiquities, Modern Improvements, &c. Bce., (rota Original Drawings by

Eutincast Artists. Each Number comprises Five Views, beautifully engraved. on Steel, with descriptive letter.procs. The above Work may now be had iu 105 Numbers at 14., or in Two Vols., bound in cloth, A few Impreesious on India Paper, price 44. per Number, or in Two Vols., Roya
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 

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December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
AN Excellent PURLI( HOUSE. in the Porter Trade, in full Rusitte,A. good Neighbourhmd, coming in from £161) 1 200. For

AN Excellent PURLI( HOUSE. in the Porter Trade, in full Rusitte,A. good Neighbourhmd, coming in from £161) 1 200. For

particulars, of 1V ilkinson's, Rouse allti Lit,ol Agent, at Mr. Elvy's, St. Margaret's-b4nk. Rochester, awl Mr hidwell, hear the Clock, Rochester, if by letter, post-paid.
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
from Major-General 'l' George Quintie, Equerry and Secretary to the Puke of Cumberland, the sum of three-halfpence, as toll for

from Major-General 'l' George Quintie, Equerry and Secretary to the Puke of Cumberland, the sum of three-halfpence, as toll for

one of the King's horses,:the same exempted from toll hylAci of Parlialuent.—Mapr-General Sir George Quintin and Mr. Spearman attended to support the information, and the Secretary to the Hammersmith Bridge Committee appeared for the defendant: — Sir George Quintin having been s
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
call walnuts taxi Galli, or di Lombardia. The gallnuts of the oak, or oak-apples, used for dyeing, making ink, Sze.,

call walnuts taxi Galli, or di Lombardia. The gallnuts of the oak, or oak-apples, used for dyeing, making ink, Sze.,

derive their name from the circumstance of the supply having originally been mainly derived from the vast oak-forests of Gaul, both Proper and Cisalpine. So much for walnuts, or Welshnuts. But! must now say a few words on the pretensions of our Welsh, or Gualish, or Gaulish, or
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
STIRLINGItEES' ESSENCE.—Its and vast increasing sale, from the recommendation of the highest Medical characters, as well as those who have

STIRLINGItEES' ESSENCE.—Its and vast increasing sale, from the recommendation of the highest Medical characters, as well as those who have

experienced its salubrious and beneficial effects, proves its great success and superiority over every other preparation, being the most safe and effectual remedy ever discovered for the cure of Gonorrhcea. Gleets, Seminal Weakness Strictures, Whites, Pains its the Loins, Kidney
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England