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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
 
MO the PROPRIETORS, PU BL ERS, and VEND- A- OBS of the UNSTAMPED.—A PUBLIC MEETING be held on EASTER TUESDAY

MO the PROPRIETORS, PU BL ERS, and VEND- A- OBS of the UNSTAMPED.—A PUBLIC MEETING be held on EASTER TUESDAY

EVENING, at Mr Carlile's Lecture Room, Shipyard, Temple-bar. Information will be brought forward. and plans gone tub, which will concern the whole of the above branches ; it is, therefore. urgently necessary that nothing hut sic'hness or abssn,e from London should prevent the at
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
of the PRESS.—A PUBLIC MEETING, _EA convenel b 7 the Great Radical Association or Marylebone, will be 'mid on Primrose-hill,

of the PRESS.—A PUBLIC MEETING, _EA convenel b 7 the Great Radical Association or Marylebone, will be 'mid on Primrose-hill,

on EASTER MONDAY, at Two o'Cluck, to Petition the House of Common for the " Total Abolition of the Stamp Duties Newspapers. and also the Release. of Mr. Cl.,ave and others suffering under the operation of such odious and unjast impost A PRELIMINARY MEETING will also I (7. held a
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
 
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April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
a • AP I r principle's operation, in the ranks of prodactive labourers, to whom the pressure of taxation appears

a • AP I r principle's operation, in the ranks of prodactive labourers, to whom the pressure of taxation appears

to leave scarcely 'the means of existence—there can exist no well-founded 'fear that a property-tax would ever check the Wholesome and rapid increase of property. The possession of property ; will always, let it be recollected, confer great scvial importance—and for that importa
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
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Between five and six o'clock on Thursday afternoon intelligence was received at the westward stations of the fire brigade that an alarming tire had broken out in sour of time buildings connected with the noble asylum for lunatics at Banwell, belonging to the county of Middlesex.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE FACTORY QUESTION.

THE FACTORY QUESTION.

--sissose— A copy of the following letter has been sent to every Member of Parliament 6' ir,—We, the undsrsiened Deputies of the Factory Operatives, respectfully direct your attention to the following statement. : "In the Session of 1833, Lord Ashley introduced a Bill to limit t
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
APRIL 1.

APRIL 1.

April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON 491TURDA1', .APRIL 2, •:Fr 4-fi•

LONDON 491TURDA1', .APRIL 2, •:Fr 4-fi•

LONDON 491TURDA1', 2, 4-fi• 'FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. My readers will perceive that a meeting is to be held on Monday, at Primrose Hill, for the purpose of passing resolutions in favour of the total abolition of the stamp duties on newspapers. I hope that every workman in London who
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England