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TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

SIR,--The parcel said to have been sei ze d, ( as reported i b n e e u new spaper) direct e d i n my name, must have without my leave. Y our i nsert i on of this will Sun ii oblige, Sir, your obedient Servant, Bath, April 27, 183 G. DANIEL HARRISON. it was very wrong indeed for
May 7, 1836 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP-BTREET.

WORSHIP-BTREET.

FERMENT AMONG THE ISRAELITES.—MT. Saul Valentine, a gold and silver refiner, who had been in custody since the beginning of the week, was placed at the bar before Mr. Broughton, the sitting magistrate, for reexamination, on the capital charge of maliciously cutting and wounding
May 7, 1836 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNION-MALL

UNION-MALL

ROBBERY IN A BROTHEL.—Three women, named Rose, Stevens, and Ames, were brought up, charged with robbing William Pearson, landlord of the Rose and Crown, Billingsgate, of 261., and a man, named Vernon, one of those fellows denominated " flashmen," was charged with being concerned
May 7, 1836 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EXTENSIVE FRAUD ON THE REVENUE-SEIZURE OF A SHIP AND CARGO.

EXTENSIVE FRAUD ON THE REVENUE-SEIZURE OF A SHIP AND CARGO.

Last week a most daring attempt to run ashore a general cargo or goods, which had been shipped for exportation and the drawback allowed by the Custom-house and Exciseoffice, was detected in the River under very extraordiary circumstances. It appears that the French schooner Lavi
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Humphrere Tavern and Chop-house, Cock and Lion, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill.

Humphrere Tavern and Chop-house, Cock and Lion, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill.

ca. each.. Chop steak and ' So Rooms. gmal Aberdeen style. d' 1:10TE every day (Sundays exiczensbisetointezhofilizSozuepar' dFk;htad' Joints , Poultry Game , The only House in London w here and 5 n'el g oc e k ßu , can be had served up in the on
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHILD MURDER.

CHILD MURDER.

An inquest was held by Mr. Walkey, at Turpin's Old Bell, Westgate, on Tuesday and Wednesday last, on the body of a new-born male infant that was found floating in the leat. The inquest was ad.ourned from Tuesday to Wednesday to give an opportunity for sending for evidence as to
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN FS.CHANGE — MONDAY. For the fine qualities of Wheat there was a very brisk sale, at fully 10.3 Monday s prices; low kinds were'extremrly dull, but not cheaper. Oats of the fine English kinds sold readily at farmer rates, but the low kinds were dull, but not cheaper. Barley
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON MARKETS.

THE LONDON MARKETS.

MONDAY. CORN MARKET.—The supplies of Grain are moderate today, and some fine picked samples of Wheat have obtained the late rise in prices. The finer samples of Barley sell freely, bat inferior sorts are dull. In Poland and Potato Oats sales have been made at previous prices. In
May 7, 1836 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL

GUILDHALL

On Tuesday seventeen omnibus and stage coach proprietors on the Clapham-road attended hefore Mr. Alderman Kelly and put in ball to answer an indictment at the next Old Bailey sessions for conspiring to prevent Mr. Harris, a stable-keeper at Kensington, from working an omnibus. S
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH-STREET

LAMBETH-STREET

NOVEL MODE OF RAISING THE WIND.—On Tuesday John Smith, a stupid-looking youth, was charged with adopting the following ingenious mode of raising the wind :—On the Commercial-road there are some side tollbars, at which lads are placed to collect the toll; but they generally go at
December 27, 1835 - People's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England