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STIRLING'S sTGNI :CH 'ILLS

STIRLING'S sTGNI :CH 'ILLS

Are particittariy adapted, prepared with the Sulphate of Quiiiittie, Extract of ChAmoloile Fl.twers, anti ill. roust choice iternacine ad Alwri"nt Druett it the Nlateria Afe•hca They have in all cases prove,' superior to every other medi-ine in the cure of stoni-ch liver in•ffee
July 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Five-sixths of the whole are, indeed, raised in England and IVales; but this is no matter with regard to my

Five-sixths of the whole are, indeed, raised in England and IVales; but this is no matter with regard to my

present purpose, the proportion being as true as if the amount paid by each of the kingdoms could be ascertained. Thus, then, stands the matter. POOR RATES. GOVT. TAXES. Reign of James 11. £IGO,OOO £1,300,000 1776 1,496 906 8,000,000 _ • 1789 2,250,000 16,000,000 1833 6,700,000
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
BOOKSELLERS' AND YEN DORS' PROTFA:TION SOCIETY. A Special General Meeting of the above Society be held on Tuesday Evenii;g, August

BOOKSELLERS' AND YEN DORS' PROTFA:TION SOCIETY. A Special General Meeting of the above Society be held on Tuesday Evenii;g, August

9, for the parpose of discussing th, propriety of dissolving the Society, and dividing the Funds in hand. G. BURTON, Sec.
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
This day is published, price Twopence, A N ADDRESS on the INFLUENCE of the CLERICAL PROFESSION: as delivered in the

This day is published, price Twopence, A N ADDRESS on the INFLUENCE of the CLERICAL PROFESSION: as delivered in the

Hall of Science, New York. By DALE OWEN. Also, by the same Author, price Twopence, AN ADDRESS on the HOPES and DESTINIES of the HUMAN SPECIES. Just published, A FEW D kYS IN ATHENS. By FRANCES Wet. iv. Illustrated with a beautiful head of engraved on Steel. Complete in Two Parts
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Now publishing, in Six Parse, at Six Pence each, Or neatly bound in cloth, at 3a. ad. THE LIFE AND

Now publishing, in Six Parse, at Six Pence each, Or neatly bound in cloth, at 3a. ad. THE LIFE AND

TIMES OF MILTON: comprising his Personal H is tory. By WILLIAM CARPENTER. 0 .,* The objeot of this work is to m ake Milton more fully the Commonwealth, and th e R estorat i on, which called forth the energies of his mighty w i n d on behalf of known a Monarchy, prose writer; eri
August 6, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
In Penny Numbera, R OBINSON CRUSOE. —Peter Wilkins.—Goldstnith's Vicar of Wakefield.— Roderick Random.—Martiu Faber: the Story of a Criminal. —Humphry

In Penny Numbera, R OBINSON CRUSOE. —Peter Wilkins.—Goldstnith's Vicar of Wakefield.— Roderick Random.—Martiu Faber: the Story of a Criminal. —Humphry

Clinker.—Joseph Andrews.—Old Engli.h Baron. —Almoran ant Hamet.—Mackenzie's Man of the world, and Man of Feeling.—Fartner of Inglewood Foust; and, St. Clair of the Isles, by Mrs. Helme ; printed verbatim from the best editions. London: John Limbird, 143, Strawd ; and by all vend
May 14, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD DURHAM. Prom Carpenter's Peerage for the People.) (Continued from our last.) WE have thus given an imperfect outline of

LORD DURHAM. Prom Carpenter's Peerage for the People.) (Continued from our last.) WE have thus given an imperfect outline of

Lord Durham's public character, from his first entrance upon political life; and it is really gratifying to find a member of the peerage upon whom we can bestow almost unqualified approbation. During the twenty years that he has been before the public, he has pursued the even te
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

SOUTHWARK RADICAL ASSOCIATION.

ON Monday evening, this Association, which is increasing in numbers, held its usual weekly public meeting at the great room of the Artichoke Tavern, in Kent-street. The attendance was numerous, and Mr. Catchpool was called to the chair. The subject which came before the meeting
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAmmus RXDICAL ASSOCIATION". A PUBLIC MEETING will take place TUES. -4 DAY EVENINC, the 31 of May, at Eieht

TOWER HAmmus RXDICAL ASSOCIATION". A PUBLIC MEETING will take place TUES. -4 DAY EVENINC, the 31 of May, at Eieht

o'clock, at the Pewter Platter, White Lion street, Nortonfalote ; FERGUS O'CONNOR, Esq., in the Chair. The subject for discnssion will be " An Unstamped Press.' The Friends of a Free Press in the east are requested to rally round the man who, in spite all the caluntny that has b
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Published at the of the natilOaL, 344, Strand, 1116 following Pamphlets:— SERMON for the CON VERSIONof theBIS HOPS to CHRISTIANITY.

Published at the of the natilOaL, 344, Strand, 1116 following Pamphlets:— SERMON for the CON VERSIONof theBIS HOPS to CHRISTIANITY.

Price One Halfpenny. AMBASSADORS, what do we Pay them for? A question for the People. Price Sixpence. TRIAL of DR. A. J. BEAUMONT before the French Chamber of Peers. Price One Penny. Sold at 1, Shoe-I , ne, Pleehstreet. • Jug published, price 2s Cid. A Coloured Print of one Side
April 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England