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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
 
SUPPLY OF WATER AT THE LATE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BOND-STREET. U4A'J'•

SUPPLY OF WATER AT THE LATE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BOND-STREET. U4A'J'•

SUPPLY OF WATER AT THE LATE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BOND-STREET. •i;t! , CO V.1.m.y1 (From a corresponder.t.) A letter appeared in several of Tuesday's papers, signed by Mr. Coe, clerk to the Grand Junction Company, in which he affirms that the complaint of a scarcity of water; but f
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
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April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC DISCUSSION every Monday Evening at the pATRioTT, con,y.-tious.. Union-street, 81)1Ni-fields Question for next llooday.;Aprit 4 Ca n the Discipline

PUBLIC DISCUSSION every Monday Evening at the pATRioTT, con,y.-tious.. Union-street, 81)1Ni-fields Question for next llooday.;Aprit 4 Ca n the Discipline

of the Army Mid Navy be maiataioed withoul ! ;POxPonat. Post sit MaNT. The Chair to be taken at half-past Eight o'Cloeli.—Admission Free.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
M R. REEVE begs to return his grateful thanks to those Friends who saved his life by liberating him from

M R. REEVE begs to return his grateful thanks to those Friends who saved his life by liberating him from

that horrible Tothillfields Prison. The amount of the Subscription is as follows—Mr. Cleave 11.—A friead in Bridge-street, Blackfriars, ginal Weekly Times is. 6d.—Mr. Yates 23. 6d.—Mr. Chapman 10s. Od.— Southwark Radical Association 11. Os. %I.—Mr. Hetherington 2s. Cd.—Mr. Stanw
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
.AN EASY METHOD for ENGLISHMEN to SPEAK . Price Is. Sold by Siterwood and Co., Paternosterrow ; Southern, Little Tower-street

.AN EASY METHOD for ENGLISHMEN to SPEAK . Price Is. Sold by Siterwood and Co., Paternosterrow ; Southern, Little Tower-street

; JelTerys, Mark-laue ; and A. Yates, 26, tride-lane.
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