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MR. W. SLATERS term of impriumment will expire on the Ist of April next, and the Committee of the Society

MR. W. SLATERS term of impriumment will expire on the Ist of April next, and the Committee of the Society

for the Diffusion of Untaxed Usefuj K now ledge, will MEET at No. 3, Queen. street, Portseu, on MONDAY EVENING, April 4, at Eight o'Clocs precisely, to dev:se the best ineans of procuring the entire abolition of the Taxes on Knowledge, and to make arrangements for collecting to
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. :FURNITURE AND SHOP FIXTURES bought in Or lots. A good price ti-von. and immediate cash, and cleared away direct.

NOTICE. :FURNITURE AND SHOP FIXTURES bought in Or lots. A good price ti-von. and immediate cash, and cleared away direct.

Apply, by person or letter, to Mr. 8ai1... Furniture Dealer. No. 11, City-terrace. City-road. corner of Westmorlandplace. Duplicates of Pianos or Furniture purchased.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
t7:79 7 11 V/74';'`: nature (I simply avail myself of Tory admissions on this point) instruments for oppreing the Catholics

t7:79 7 11 V/74';'`: nature (I simply avail myself of Tory admissions on this point) instruments for oppreing the Catholics

of Ireland. But I will not concede to the Tories, that a - transferefiCe,l6". the great body of tbe Irish people, of the powers of he existing Corporations, would en ible the Irish Catholics, in their turn, to oppress their Protestant countrymen. On what grounds, do I refuse to
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
At al agj APR et - wit bout any income at all, the Chancellor of the Exchequer would have no

At al agj APR et - wit bout any income at all, the Chancellor of the Exchequer would have no

right to call upon him for any contribution whatever to the revenue. The varying value of different incomes (on which the Reviewer lays so much stress) might form a very important element in the calculations of an insurance company, or of a speculator cif such can be imagined) a
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
WORSH I P:STREET.

WORSH I P:STREET.

An elderly man, 1; i John Hall, who said he was a shipwright, was charged with having swindled several persons of sums of money. The prisoner, it appeared, pretended that certain parties were entitled to property amounting to 179,000 by an award of the Court of Chancery, but hav
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE NEW • Erne

THE NEW • Erne

April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL FIRE AT SOUTH HETTON COLLIERY.

DREADFUL FIRE AT SOUTH HETTON COLLIERY.

(From the Sunderland .Herald.) On Saturday last, about seen o'clock in the evening, the No. I, Engine House, of iletton Colliery, in this eeunty, the property of Col. Braddyll, was discovered to be on fire. It appears to have originated in a closet conteining hemp for the use of
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
COVENT-GARDEN.

COVENT-GARDEN.

Charles Kemble, the other night took a benefit, which was well attended. He played Lord Townley and Charles the Second. The first of these characters he might as well lay aside. Indeed the whole has richly earned its retiring pension of perpetual repose. It no longer excites the
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO TIIE PUBLIC.

NOTICE TO TIIE PUBLIC.

THE NEW WEEKLY TRUE SUN, and all other che a p Periodicals. may be had of Mr. J. Iticirks, St. George's-bridge, Norwich; of Miss M. A. 'bongs, No. 5, Brentgoval-street (next door to the King's Head), liury St Edmund's; of Mr. Rlctins, at No. 23, Norton:- street, King's Lynn ; an
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
NoTicE TO THE TRADE! !-R. UORWAY, WHOLESALE BOOKSELLER, PUBLISHER, and STATIONER, No. '24. Ivy-lane, Paternost , .r-iovr, begs leave to

NoTicE TO THE TRADE! !-R. UORWAY, WHOLESALE BOOKSELLER, PUBLISHER, and STATIONER, No. '24. Ivy-lane, Paternost , .r-iovr, begs leave to

inform his Friends in the Trade that he OPENED as above, where he will supply all the Cheap Publications of the day, as soon as published, alsu all the Monthly Ma;a-zines, Monthly Parts. &c. All orders for back numbers punctually attended to. A tare stock of Children's Books, Se
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England