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FL&TTON GARDEN.

FL&TTON GARDEN.

FRAUns.—lsabella Mary Ann Harrig. fine and well-dressed woman, underwent a long examination on several charges of fraud. A young man, named Hill, said that he became acquainted with the prisoner in November last at the house of a friend, who gave him to understand that she was i
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
OXFORD CI RCUT.

OXFORD CI RCUT.

KING V. SOPHIA SUTTON —The prisoner wa , charged with cutting and maiming Sarah Sutton, at Pebwortb, on the 27th of September last.—Mr Talbot conducted the prosecution.—Sarah Sutton said, lam mother-in law to the prisoner. I have one child of my own, about two years old We all l
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EFFECTS OF DRINKING.

EFFECTS OF DRINKING.

James Whitelaw, a Waterman, was finally examined at Queen's Square, charged with having broken open a storehouse in Old Palace-yard, and stolen a quantity of carpenters' tools, ironmongery, and a pair of handsome window curtains, the property of the Commissioners of Woods and Fo
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A LUCKY ESCAPE.

A LUCKY ESCAPE.

Sarah Lyons and Mary Steel, two young girls of the town, were indicted for stealing front the person of john Chapman, on the "and of August, a silk handkerchief. The Prosecutor, a grocer's shopman, was proceeding from the Borough to Kennington on the night in question, when the
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

MAnarn.—The first operations of the new ministry have been a measure in the nature of a forced loan. The Queen has ordered an immediate enrolment into a national militia of all unmarried men, and widowers without children, between 18 and 40; to form a moveable guard for replacin
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ONE OF

ONE OF

17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A GENTEEL THIEF.

A GENTEEL THIEF.

Miss Frances Blunt, a young lady of very respectable connexions, residing at No. 36, King-street, Camden-town, was brought up in custody' and placed at the bar of the Marylebone Office, charged with having stolen a pair of violet-coloured kid gloves, the property of Mr. C. V. Sm
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ROBBERY OF PLATE.

ROBBERY OF PLATE.

Henry Tomkins, alias John Thompson, was placed at the bar at Worship-street, on a charge of stealing a quantity of plate, consisting of 12 dessert spoons, tea spoons, 12 table forks, 14 dessert forks, five children's mugs, &c., of curious patterns, estimated in value above 1001.
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
SHEEP-STEALING.

SHEEP-STEALING.

Thomas Holdforth and ..loiZii;;litas7ns, two athletic labourers, were indicted for sheep-stealing.—Fror u the testimony of the witnesses for the prosecution, it appeared that a farmer, named Baker, residing at Woking, the lower part of the county, had one sheep of a peculiar des
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

The adviees from New York do not in any way add to the political intelligence of the previous packet. A great portion of the columns of the United States papers are devoted to the monetary system of the great Republic, pro and con., but the arguments advanced in these journals h
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England