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GENTLEMEN OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,

GENTLEMEN OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,

ou the iiheraiity wi h which you have voted uly the ordinary Supplies of the year, hut the additional sums required to provide fur at inc ease in my naval ;orce. I em also gralefied to perceive that you have made pr ve-ion for the full mount of C-mpensatioo awarded to the owners
August 27, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WE wish to caution the above from placing reliance on the numerous advertisemenls that have lately

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WE wish to caution the above from placing reliance on the numerous advertisemenls that have lately

appeared in the daily papers, for APPRENTICES to the trade of GOLD BEATING, as many of those masters wish to obtain an extravagant premium and care little about properly instructing the youth his business, as many of them will not pay more than 18s. or 20s. per week for their la
August 27, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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
 
Rebecca Crossley was c‘ , arged with having stolen a silk handkerchief and embezz'ed three shillings, the property of her

Rebecca Crossley was c‘ , arged with having stolen a silk handkerchief and embezz'ed three shillings, the property of her

employer, Miss Cressy, a milliner, in Artillery-place, Bishopsgate. Miss Cressy bad employed the prisoner in needlework, and was satisfied with I er services and conduct until she discovered that an embezzlement of three shillings out of nine, which the prisoner had received fro
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
14—s-f-w—rt Orders putirtually executed.

14—s-f-w—rt Orders putirtually executed.

14 — s - f - w — rt Orders putirtually executed. L'Hg Real HUN CS MATCH LEM BLACK.* ING, prepared and sold by T. Hunt, son of the la's H Hunt Esq., M.P., at the oid premises, 52, Broad Wall, Blackfriars._ Is appealing to the British public, after an absence of four years in Ameri
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
STA'IIII litY/1110119

STA'IIII litY/1110119

PALLING 'DUX THIS W 1351. (Weekly Triie Sun.) . - _ Braine, Mary Elphinstone, John Lord* l3B 5 0.. Bth Ditto Finercane, Miss Hallifax, Gertrude . 4B 15 0.„ 438 Ditto Hallifax, Charlotte Hallifax, Marian Hallifax, Carorine Hallifax Catherine _. Haliifax, Elizabeth Handfield, Cath
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
JUVENILE BOOKS. 1. A HISTORY of ENGLAND, for young Historians, Embellished with upwards of Sixty Engravings, price 2. HOLIDAY EVENINGS,

JUVENILE BOOKS. 1. A HISTORY of ENGLAND, for young Historians, Embellished with upwards of Sixty Engravings, price 2. HOLIDAY EVENINGS,

by Mrs. CHILD 3. A GARLAND of JUVENILE POEMS, by ditto.. 1 0 4. The YOUNG LADY'S STORY-TELLER, by Miss LESLIE 2 0 5. EARLY IMPRESSIONS, by a LADY 1 6 6. The JUVENILE EVERY-DAY BOOK, with One Hundred Engravings 5 0 London : John Limbird, 143, Strand.
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Price One Shilling and Sixpence, handsomely bound Leather, rOBBETT'S LEGACY TO PARSONS. Six Letters. With a dedication to Blomfield, Bit

Price One Shilling and Sixpence, handsomely bound Leather, rOBBETT'S LEGACY TO PARSONS. Six Letters. With a dedication to Blomfield, Bit

of London. By WILLIAM GOBBRTT, M.P. for Oldham. CONTENTS. Letter 1. How came there to be an Established Church ? 2. How came there to be people called Dissenters? 3. W hat is the foundation of the domination of the for over the latter? 4. Does the Establishment conduce to religi
September 3, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Makin VaUtz Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26.

Makin VaUtz Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26.

Makin Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26. TuE intense cold is already working its natural effects upon those whom the Poor Law "Amendments" have left exposed and naked to its merciless influence. Excited by extreme suffering, and exasperated by the wanton and wicked spirit of legislat
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Price 2s. 9d. per bog.

Price 2s. 9d. per bog.

Ask for Blair' Gout and Rheumatic Pills • and see that the Signature of "Thomas Frost" is on the outside of the wrapper. For COUGHS, SHORTNESS of BREATH, ASTHMA, &c. powELL's BALSAM OF ANISEED, -a- the immediate patronage of several of the most distin guished of the nobility and
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England