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CORONER'S INQUESTS.

CORONER'S INQUESTS.

On MoLday an inquest was held at the William the Fourth, in St. Andrew's-road, Newington, before Mr. Woods and a respectable jury 'on the bdy of Mrs. Elizabeth Corbin *twat (I:fleet.% wife, whose death was occasione d by taking an over dose of calomel. A rumour prevailed in the
30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A . , and the number of these petitions is augmenting introduced the subject of the civil list in ' r (LZIPIIRIAL PAILWASIIIIM bishop of Canterbury and the Eishop'of London PENSION LIST. NOTICES To coRRES P 0 N)DENTS, HOUSE OF LORDS—Motimeta alone should have seats in the House of Lords, and ,In f,,,„„, ~,. m Harvey's MINORITY e Committee BY JOHN CLEAVE. daily, house, as did the right hon. baronet (Sl THE consideration of the Irish Constabulary Bill should receive the proxies of the other bishops. -e;.a-p-p

A . , and the number of these petitions is augmenting introduced the subject of the civil list in ' r (LZIPIIRIAL PAILWASIIIIM bishop of Canterbury and the Eishop'of London PENSION LIST. NOTICES To coRRES P 0 N)DENTS, HOUSE OF LORDS—Motimeta alone should have seats in the House of Lords, and ,In f,,,„„, ~,. m Harvey's MINORITY e Committee BY JOHN CLEAVE. daily, house, as did the right hon. baronet (Sl THE consideration of the Irish Constabulary Bill should receive the proxies of the other bishops. -e;.a-p-p

-ofitte7trioievise e. tcnhotpey:slog Tnhsapt eactredetin a Retnrn Several advertisements are necessarily 411 out, from We shall hear what his Lordship has to reply, , near him in the House of Commits. I was postponed till Monday next; and it was an ' (The remainder of the hon. me
30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS. (Leeds Times.)

GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS. (Leeds Times.)

nig perverse pr4c,erhnzs ortb Commons-suported minictry i rervrerce to this question are the mosl - incoutestible proo‘ tl7 . at wry much remains - ndone, b-fore th , " Hos' of Commo-s etn he brought in - o accordancr with the sent:ments of People whom it is suppoved to represen
30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEDICATED TO THE YOUNG MEN OF ENGLAND. Price only 2d. (originally published at 4s. 6d.), THE SPLENDID DRAMATIC POEM OF

DEDICATED TO THE YOUNG MEN OF ENGLAND. Price only 2d. (originally published at 4s. 6d.), THE SPLENDID DRAMATIC POEM OF

WAT TYLER, in Three Acts. B E y ve ß ry . S lo o v u e r r st o rc hi E ss s p q e . c , i r e,i o s e i t L mu a ld ur n ea iak te e to an hi e s ff iVla ort je t s o ty Arca. late:this invaluable poein."—Patriot. Also, price Twopence, THE VISION OF JUDGMENT. By LORD BYRON- Pri
30 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNION HALL.

UNION HALL.

THE MOTHER- FR A u.—The woman Harvey, who attempted to practise a gross imposition upon a young man named Dawes. by endeavouring to pass as his mother, and by the deception succeeded in obtaining 5/. to procure counsel for her upon a charge of felony, was brought up for re-exami
3 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EMANCIPATION OF TIIE JEWS.

EMANCIPATION OF TIIE JEWS.

On the same evening, the Chancellor of the Exchequer mnved the order of the day for the House resolving itself into a committee, to take into consideration the laws affecting the Jews.—Sir R.lnglis and Mr. Eastconrt opposed the bringing in a bill on the subject, as proposed by t
4 June 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TEST! MONIALS.

TEST! MONIALS.

The following are Bele - C . C.:it - from numerous others, equally satisfactory, in the possession of the propri e to r; and a personal reference may be made to several gentlemen who have experienced the salutary properties of the Solvent, but who are averse to their names appea
6 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE LIRRARY OF ROMANCE i s pmblisbed -"L- in Weekly Numbers, at Three Half-pence each, containinz Six'een pages of finest

THE LIRRARY OF ROMANCE i s pmblisbed -"L- in Weekly Numbers, at Three Half-pence each, containinz Six'een pages of finest

paper. hotpressed. and stitched in a Wrapper. Also, in Mouthly Parts, Sixty-four pages and Wrarlrr, for Sixpence. This Periodical is the neatest and cheapest that has ever been Offered to the public and when complete the volumes will equal the best E•litions of Byrom, Scott, Bur
6 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
QUEEN SQUARE.

QUEEN SQUARE.

ASSAULT UPON A PUBLICAN.—George Morgan, a notorious character, residing at Fulham, was charged by Mr. Sadler, the landlord of the Cock. Walham-green, with having committed a most violent and unprovoked assault upon him in his own house. The complainant stated that at eleven o'cl
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
HULL, April 15.

HULL, April 15.

IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.— On Tuesday last. several of the seamen of the ship Harmony, of this port, were summoned by their captain, to appear before the magistrates, for absenting themselves from the ship, and refusing to nroceed to sea, pursuant to the ship's articles signed by t
23 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England