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A CENTLEMANy SUIT OF CLOTHES FiR £3. TH NEW SPi.,%C TROUSERS, F. PAIR. MARCELLAS WAISTOtIATS, NEW CEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELECANT, es.

A CENTLEMANy SUIT OF CLOTHES FiR £3. TH NEW SPi.,%C TROUSERS, F. PAIR. MARCELLAS WAISTOtIATS, NEW CEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELECANT, es.

EACH. ARE THEY COOD ? —SEE THEM n. 7, FLEET-ST. wraiTE DOWN THE ADDR7'f.i.
6 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNION HALL.

UNION HALL.

THREE WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE.—A man named Milton was charged with beating his wife and turning her out of doors. The complainant stated that she had only been married to the prisoner three weeks, and that it wa3 an age to her. The first week he kicked her out of bed and made her l
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
swimmiNsiiliNlNEE•milsiiNgssitssossminssffssissiNNlllNlNlllll MARKETS.

swimmiNsiiliNlNEE•milsiiNgssitssossminssffssissiNNlllNlNlllll MARKETS.

(From Titzegday, 4, to Titurgclay, April 21. The chief novelty in this department is the opening of the Islington Cattle Market, which took place amidst many public demonstrations of joy on Monday morning. The number of cattle was not lo.age at this market Prices were as follow
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE DORCHESTER DINNER. THE PUBLIC DINNER, in celebratio,, Remission of the Sentence on the Dorchesh i.aboure ,„ , and in

THE DORCHESTER DINNER. THE PUBLIC DINNER, in celebratio,, Remission of the Sentence on the Dorchesh i.aboure ,„ , and in

commemoration of the great Processioe , April is will be held at White Conduit House, on April '25, 1836. T. WAKLEY, Fag. M.P. o . ide‘ Messrs. Hurue, O'Connell, Roeb W Feargus O'Connor, are invited to attend. Dinner on table at half-past T precisely. The Dinner will be served h
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Mittkip )oltct Glaltttr.

Mittkip )oltct Glaltttr.

Mittkip Glaltttr. SATURDAY, JULY 2. THE proceedings at the late public meeting of the great Agricultural Association should open the eyes of those persons who still keep them closed, as to the real objects of landowners in all the movements they are now, and have Icng been, makin
2 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
AN APPEAL FRoM Tim JUDI/MP:NV OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO THE BRITISH NATION. (The Radical.) (Concluded from our lust.)

AN APPEAL FRoM Tim JUDI/MP:NV OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS TO THE BRITISH NATION. (The Radical.) (Concluded from our lust.)

WHAT a glorious sight the alliant - e of two great nations, not by marrying Victoria Guelph to Louis Bourbon, but by the union of the working men of both countries—by their sympathy for each others sufferings in the common cause, and by the aid of those (from whom aristocratic l
2 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Now publishing, price Sixpence, RULES OF THE COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY, on the PRINCIPLES Of Co-OP EttATtosi. London : Wakelin, I,

Now publishing, price Sixpence, RULES OF THE COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY, on the PRINCIPLES Of Co-OP EttATtosi. London : Wakelin, I,

Shoe-lane. Fleet-street; and all Book sellers.
2 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Now publishing, in Weekly Numbers, price One Penny, and Monthly Parts, price Twopence, TALES OF THE WARS,

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Now publishing, in Weekly Numbers, price One Penny, and Monthly Parts, price Twopence, TALES OF THE WARS,

or the Naval and Milltaty Chronicle. Illustrated with fine Engravings, representing the most celebrated Naval and Military Engagements recorded in history. This being the only authentic edition of this interesting work, the public should be particular, in completing sets, to get
2 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CLADANOWS.,OOI.IOH 13ALSAM.

CLADANOWS.,OOI.IOH 13ALSAM.

A Bad Cough is a Bad Companion, and thd sooner got rid of, the better; as it not only soon wears out the sufferer, but is also truly distressing to those, who witness its effects. It is therefore gratifying and coneolatory to know that a remedy can be found in CLARA , CE'S COUGH
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
REEVE AND SHARP—MORE PROSECUTIONS. ALL the Friends of the above Vietinis, who are now labouring, under Fine and Imprisonment, are

REEVE AND SHARP—MORE PROSECUTIONS. ALL the Friends of the above Vietinis, who are now labouring, under Fine and Imprisonment, are

most earnestly requested to met the Members of the Southwark Radical Association, on Monday Evening next, at Mr. Green's large room, the Artichoke, Kent street, Borough, when business respecting their caus,, will be brouuht forward. N.B. Mr. Sharp was convicted on Monday, and se
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England