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December 26, 1835 - 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
 
ROCHESTE '1 PE TY SESSIONS. (Maidstote Gazette )

ROCHESTE '1 PE TY SESSIONS. (Maidstote Gazette )

ROCHESTE ' 1 PE TY SESSIONS. (Maidstote Gazette ) Bridget Poland a widow, was summoned for having assisted a marine, named Baker, to desert from the Chatham division of Royal Marines on the 23d May. The deserter, who has been caAured and punished for his offence. deposed that on
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
II RBEY SESSIONS.

II RBEY SESSIONS.

AT these Sessioi,z, v,,hich were held on Monday, at Newington, Thomas berrard . was tried and convicted of stealing a box containing several ostrich feathers, a bonnet, and other articles, the property of an elderly female , na med Hirt, residing at N ew . ington. The robbery wa
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CHILD DROWNED BY ITS MOTHER. (Estex [Jerald.)

A CHILD DROWNED BY ITS MOTHER. (Estex [Jerald.)

01 Thursday last an -test was 1 -eld at the Ship pablichouse. MA lo on the body 0. Miry Ana Prent ce, five y.-ars n , d, which h d t found drowned in a pand in be Hilt) , eld, in the pa of Sr. Petei's. Th. case excited much int-r,st: in the n- ighbourhood, it b-ing evident tht ,
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR 43- THE NEW 5.P3..A0 TROUSERS, Ws. PAIR. PIARCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH--NEAT--OR ELEGANT, se.

A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR 43- THE NEW 5.P3..A0 TROUSERS, Ws. PAIR. PIARCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH--NEAT--OR ELEGANT, se.

EACH. THEY GOOD ? --SEE THEMI 97, FLEET-ST. `PRICE DOWN THE ADDRESS.
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. THE CASKET (Penny Periodical) of thi s '`• week is embellished with a very superior

THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. THE CASKET (Penny Periodical) of thi s '`• week is embellished with a very superior

full-page Engraving of the intended New Houses of Parliament, taken from New Palace Yard View, being the second of a Series of Three Engravitr-s, to be pub ished in consecutive numbers of The Casket, and which will exhibit the whole Exterior of the proposed new Buildings, from L
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR £3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS, 10s. PER PAIR. hiAFtCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELEGANT,

A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR £3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS, 10s. PER PAIR. hiAFtCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELEGANT,

Gs. EACH. ARE THEY COOD ? --- SEE THEM! 97, FLEET-ST. WRITE DOWN THE ADDRESS. - • 29, GRAVEL LANE, SOUTHWARK. S BONE, Widow of the late Henry Bone, Carpenter, returns her grateful thanks to all Friends for their kind support, and begs to remind them her Shop is still open for th
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England