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THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. THE CASKET (Penny Periodical) of thi s '`• week is embellished with a very superior

THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. THE CASKET (Penny Periodical) of thi s '`• week is embellished with a very superior

full-page Engraving of the intended New Houses of Parliament, taken from New Palace Yard View, being the second of a Series of Three Engravitr-s, to be pub ished in consecutive numbers of The Casket, and which will exhibit the whole Exterior of the proposed new Buildings, from L
9 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEW BLACK BOOK.

THE NEW BLACK BOOK.

Just published, Parts I. antl It., peice One Sid Mug each, and No. X., price Three Pence, of APEERAGE FOR THE PEOPLE. By CARPENTER. The Two Parts now published comprist the Histories of all the Peers, from A BERCORN to D AR NI,Ey; and, therefore, among others, of Lords Abitsger
5 March 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
MOORE'S ALMANACKS 1836. THE BRITISH SHEET ALMANACK, . Eiegantiy printed is Red and Black, on royal paper, and adapted for

MOORE'S ALMANACKS 1836. THE BRITISH SHEET ALMANACK, . Eiegantiy printed is Red and Black, on royal paper, and adapted for

the Counting-Lonae and Office. This Sheet contains Tables of Interest at Four and Five lie:- cent.; Time of High Water at London Bridge for every Day in Ilbe-Y • Hens of the Foreign Post-Office, and much import.:4 knowledge. Price Threepence. THE BRITISH DIAMOND ALMANAC' Includi
5 March 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
AT WATSON'S CHEAP AND USEFUL PUBLICATION WAREHOUSE, 18, Commercial-Ow, City-road, Finsbury, near the Bunhill-fields Burial_groeud. Jnst published, in 2 vols.

AT WATSON'S CHEAP AND USEFUL PUBLICATION WAREHOUSE, 18, Commercial-Ow, City-road, Finsbury, near the Bunhill-fields Burial_groeud. Jnst published, in 2 vols.

price 71.6 d. neatly bound in cloth, with a Memoir of the Author THE SYSTEM OF NATURE, as applicable to the Happiness of Man living in Society, contrasted with Superstitious and Imaginary Systems. By M. D. To be bad in Parts at 6d., and in Numbers at 2d. each. Also, price 2s. in
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR £3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS, 10s. PER PAIR. hiAFtCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELEGANT,

A GENTLEMANLY SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR £3. THE NEW SPRING TROUSERS, 10s. PER PAIR. hiAFtCELLAS WAISTCOATS, NEW DEVICES, STYLISH—NEAT—OR ELEGANT,

Gs. EACH. ARE THEY COOD ? --- SEE THEM! 97, FLEET-ST. WRITE DOWN THE ADDRESS. - • 29, GRAVEL LANE, SOUTHWARK. S BONE, Widow of the late Henry Bone, Carpenter, returns her grateful thanks to all Friends for their kind support, and begs to remind them her Shop is still open for th
30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Makin VaUtz Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26.

Makin VaUtz Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26.

Makin Gal Me. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26. TuE intense cold is already working its natural effects upon those whom the Poor Law "Amendments" have left exposed and naked to its merciless influence. Excited by extreme suffering, and exasperated by the wanton and wicked spirit of legislat
26 December 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Price 2s. 9d. per bog.

Price 2s. 9d. per bog.

Ask for Blair' Gout and Rheumatic Pills • and see that the Signature of "Thomas Frost" is on the outside of the wrapper. For COUGHS, SHORTNESS of BREATH, ASTHMA, &c. powELL's BALSAM OF ANISEED, -a- the immediate patronage of several of the most distin guished of the nobility and
26 December 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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26 December 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS,

FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS,

RAMSBOTTOM's CORN & BUNION SOLVENT FEY the use of this valuable remedy immediate relief from pain is obtained, and by its successive application for a short period, the most obstinate corns are entirely removed, without recourse to the dangerous operations of cutting or filing.
2 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England