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*TAT S FALLING DUE THIS WEEK. ( Weekly True Sun.) Adair, George. • 88 1 0 45th Payment Cameron Lady Margaret ........500 6 I .. 16th Ditto Erskine;Ersk ............ 276 0.. 17th Ditto Grant, Sophia 49 10 0 slst Ditto Guy dikens, Frances ............231 I 8.. 42A Ditto Hay. Lady F
December 26, 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

NEWSPAPER DUTY DILL. ON Monday, in the Houle of Lords, Lord Melbonnie rose to move the important question, upon which their lordships had assembled more fully thsn usual at this advanced period of the session; namely, the order of the day for geing into a committee on the Newspa
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WONDERFUL PRODUCTION, A Shilling Caricature for One Penny !! Now ready, Nos. 1 to 6, One Penny each, published once

WONDERFUL PRODUCTION, A Shilling Caricature for One Penny !! Now ready, Nos. 1 to 6, One Penny each, published once

a Fortnight, of L.LOYD'S POLITICAL JOKES; being a Series A- 4 of Caricatures of Passing Events. By C. J. GRANT. No. 5. 'I he Bishops cleaning their own Stable, or Church Reform. No. 6. The Literary Dustman, or L—d Broom in Character. London : E. Lloyd, 44, Wych•street, Strand; a
August 13, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Mittkip )oltct Glaltttr.

Mittkip )oltct Glaltttr.

Mittkip Glaltttr. SATURDAY, JULY 2. THE proceedings at the late public meeting of the great Agricultural Association should open the eyes of those persons who still keep them closed, as to the real objects of landowners in all the movements they are now, and have Icng been, makin
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
AN APPEAL FRoM Tim JUDI/MP:NV OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO THE BRITISH NATION. (The Radical.) (Concluded from our lust.)

AN APPEAL FRoM Tim JUDI/MP:NV OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO THE BRITISH NATION. (The Radical.) (Concluded from our lust.)

WHAT a glorious sight the alliant - e of two great nations, not by marrying Victoria Guelph to Louis Bourbon, but by the union of the working men of both countries—by their sympathy for each others sufferings in the common cause, and by the aid of those (from whom aristocratic l
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Now publishing, price Sixpence, RULES OF THE COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY, on the PRINCIPLES Of Co-OP EttATtosi. London : Wakelin, I,

Now publishing, price Sixpence, RULES OF THE COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY, on the PRINCIPLES Of Co-OP EttATtosi. London : Wakelin, I,

Shoe-lane. Fleet-street; and all Book sellers.
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Now publishing, in Weekly Numbers, price One Penny, and Monthly Parts, price Twopence, TALES OF THE WARS,

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Now publishing, in Weekly Numbers, price One Penny, and Monthly Parts, price Twopence, TALES OF THE WARS,

or the Naval and Milltaty Chronicle. Illustrated with fine Engravings, representing the most celebrated Naval and Military Engagements recorded in history. This being the only authentic edition of this interesting work, the public should be particular, in completing sets, to get
July 2, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CLADANOWS.,OOI.IOH 13ALSAM.

CLADANOWS.,OOI.IOH 13ALSAM.

A Bad Cough is a Bad Companion, and thd sooner got rid of, the better; as it not only soon wears out the sufferer, but is also truly distressing to those, who witness its effects. It is therefore gratifying and coneolatory to know that a remedy can be found in CLARA , CE'S COUGH
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
REEVE AND SHARP—MORE PROSECUTIONS. ALL the Friends of the above Vietinis, who are now labouring, under Fine and Imprisonment, are

REEVE AND SHARP—MORE PROSECUTIONS. ALL the Friends of the above Vietinis, who are now labouring, under Fine and Imprisonment, are

most earnestly requested to met the Members of the Southwark Radical Association, on Monday Evening next, at Mr. Green's large room, the Artichoke, Kent street, Borough, when business respecting their caus,, will be brouuht forward. N.B. Mr. Sharp was convicted on Monday, and se
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
fI,HEAP BOOKS, on Sale at 1, Shoe-lane, Fleet-street.-0e SHILLINO AND each. Flyron's Don Juan, complete, with a portrait. Gulliver's Travels,

fI,HEAP BOOKS, on Sale at 1, Shoe-lane, Fleet-street.-0e SHILLINO AND each. Flyron's Don Juan, complete, with a portrait. Gulliver's Travels,

by Swift. Memoirs of Mrs. Newell. Paul and Virginia, Indian Cottage, and Elizabeth, gilt leaves. Scott's Lly of the Last Minstrel, with the Ballads, gilt leaves. Sorrows of Werter, Yorick's Letters to Eliza, and Sterne% Sentimental Journey. Tseasury of Wit, a new and very superi
April 9, 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England