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CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS.

CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS.

ALL!NGHAM'S ROTTERDAM CORN ard BUNION SOLVENT, which gives relief upon the first application. The Corn Solvent, now submitted to he 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 been followed;
July 30, 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 -4-11- all URETHRAL DISCHARGES, GLECTS, SPASMODIC STRICTURES, IRRITATION a tha KIDNEYS, -- ,ssi rr d oPit I. PROSTATE TAOTnEERGNI: z A i N g.,F.it.B. D. TESTIMONIALS. one of the Council of Royal College of Surgeons, Snrgeon te St. Thomas's Hosp
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.

LIBERTY OF THE PRESS.

A PUBLIC MEETING, convened by the Radical Association of Mary lebone,vvill be heldon Primrose-hill, on Easter Monday, at Two o'clock, to petition the House of Commons for a TOTAL REPEAL of those obnoxious laws by which a Stamp Duty is imposed on Newspapers, and also for the rele
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
PLAIN ADVICE for the TREATMENT an. -•-• CURE of most of the DISEASES of the HUMAI BODY; forming a Complete

PLAIN ADVICE for the TREATMENT an. -•-• CURE of most of the DISEASES of the HUMAI BODY; forming a Complete

Medical Guide to the Artisan, the Labourer, and . the Backwoodsman; and by means of which most Families may save annually many pounds: to which is added the composition of many Patent Medicines. By B. BAILEY, Staff Surgeon in the United States' Army. CONTENTS.—Burns and Scalds,
April 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Both sides bawling at once. Come on, you—l'm y'r man !—No, you come on Bull. Friend Rice, these papers I

Both sides bawling at once. Come on, you—l'm y'r man !—No, you come on Bull. Friend Rice, these papers I

want to send off by post; but isn't first—l defy ye all to give us the first blow—l arn't afraid of you.—No more nation shame that they can't go free, but must have a penny mark of sla are we—we never strike first—What's it all about ?—I don't know.—Why, at their corners? your c
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
BOOKSELLERS' AND VENDORS' PROTECTION SOCIETY. AT a Meeting held on Tuesday evening, August 16(11, 1836, at 31. Great Wild Street,

BOOKSELLERS' AND VENDORS' PROTECTION SOCIETY. AT a Meeting held on Tuesday evening, August 16(11, 1836, at 31. Great Wild Street,

the following Re• solutions were unanimously passed :—Resolved, that this Meeting stand adjourned till Tuesday evening next, August 23, and in the event of no seizures taking place, that the Society be then dissolved and the funds divided,—and that all persons having claims on t
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
AT a General Meeting of VELVET WEAVERS of SPITALFIELDS, held on Tuesday, August 9, 1836, at the Royal Standard, Waterloo

AT a General Meeting of VELVET WEAVERS of SPITALFIELDS, held on Tuesday, August 9, 1836, at the Royal Standard, Waterloo

Town, Bethnal Green, to consider the best means to be adobted to ensure a continuance of the advance obtained on Ladies' Velvets : Mr. SHADD in the Chair. The following Resolutions were unanimously adopted:— First. That this Meeting is of the advance now obtained on Ladies' Velv
August 20, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WORKING-MAN'S _CLUB,

WORKING-MAN'S _CLUB,

It was resolved unanimously that the following Address of the Club be published:— ADDRESS, To the Working Classes of London especially, and of the country at large; and to a'l lovers of justice of all classes-. Regret and complaint are ineffectual modes of relieving either bodil
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CONFESSION OF A MURDER.

EXTRAORDINARY CONFESSION OF A MURDER.

ON Saturday evening a most extraordinary con• fession krf a murder committed at Warwick about ten years ago, was made under the following circumstances :—lt appears that a person of the name of Green, formerlf an indefatigable cfficer and beadle of the palish of St Giles'-in the
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
STATE PENSIONS

STATE PENSIONS

FALLING DUE THIS WEAK. (Weekly True Sun.) Douglas, Dame Ann ...... ...... 300 7 3 .. 16th Payment Going, Johanna .... Haldane, Maria Page, Mary Harriet Page, Ann Page, Emma . Russell, Lucy lB 0 0 .. 16th Ditto Roby, Harriet Ann 43 13 3.. sth Ditto Stewart, Elizabeth* Smithers, J
July 30, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England