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VOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

VOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

French papers are chiefly occupied with the recent occurrences in Spain. They furnish, however, nothing new in the way of facts, in reference to thee events, and their comments tend to show that, in their opinion, the position of M. Mendizabal has not been at all improved. The o
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
}Treasurers.

}Treasurers.

ry. wilding Secretary. A letter has appeared from the law agent of the Marquis of Westmeath to a tenant, intimating that unless he immediately pays up a tithe arroar of twopence, proceedings will be taken against bins by his exact lordship. (Front a Correspondent.) EVERY thinkin
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
R IIF.THERINGTON LEAVE.

R IIF.THERINGTON LEAVE.

A few Radicals at Bradford 0 7 3 From the Workmen in the establishment of Messrs. Sharp, Roberts, & Co., Manchester, by Mr. B Fothergill The workmen of Whitworth & Co., Engineer,Mancliester, by _ Mr. booth... ... . : 1 4 0 Mr. Billan's Men (4,1 i subscription) 0 1 10 Friends of
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

(The information contained in the following ar- from the Morning Herald is valuable and interestieg. But whenever an Englishman thinks that he can live better in a foreign eoil, than at home, he should bear in miod that there is ONE ut.ic in the world.) The present is the season
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD MELBOURNE & MR. CORBETT. Now publishing, price Threepence, POPAY, THE POLICE SPY; or, a Report on the Evidence laid

LORD MELBOURNE & MR. CORBETT. Now publishing, price Threepence, POPAY, THE POLICE SPY; or, a Report on the Evidence laid

before the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the Truth of the Allegations of a Petition by Mr. Cobbett, from Members of the National Union of the Working Classes, resident in Camberwell and Walworth, in %filch they complained that Policemen wtre employed as Government S
9 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CHINESE DINNER.

A CHINESE DINNER.

HOLY. A N, the blind traveller, in his travels round the world, gives the following minute description of a dinner given at Canton by a Mandarin to some English merchants : "Mr. Copeland and myself accompanied Mr. Reeves and his son to-day to dine, a mode Chinoise, with one of t
26 December 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD BYRON'S WORKS. ON JUAN: containing all the suppressed Stanzas, Notes, Dedication, &a. In Nos. at 2d. eAcla, or complete,

LORD BYRON'S WORKS. ON JUAN: containing all the suppressed Stanzas, Notes, Dedication, &a. In Nos. at 2d. eAcla, or complete,

in cloth boards and lettered, ss. SI n E B CILo ‘ f v CL) E RI L N o I DB 'lli,es cu,iile. u. u , nipl t ete jle with Notes, &c. Price Is. H ENGLISH BARDS anti SCOMH REVIEWERS, containing the whole the Poem and Notes complete, the Preface and Postcript to last Edition, and the c
26 December 1835 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Uttettly tioltrt eptttt.

Uttettly tioltrt eptttt.

Uttettly eptttt. SATURDAY, JULY 9. BY the last Report of the Committe of the House of Commons on Pub! c Petitions, which comes down only to the 31 of June, it appears that the number of petitioners for a total repeal of the taxes upon knowledge amkonts to 211,444. A much larger n
9 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO PARENTS, &c. Just published, pric. Is. elegintly bound, gilt edges, &c. C LE" IS COTTAGE, a Narrative of th

TO PARENTS, &c. Just published, pric. Is. elegintly bound, gilt edges, &c. C LE" IS COTTAGE, a Narrative of th

e Afflictions of Mrs. W-, by the Profligate Life of her Sou, with an Account of his Conversion. Second edition. Also, price Twopence, MY MOTH RR'S GRAVE, a very interesting little book for young children. London: Sold by all the venders of this paper.
9 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Jot pulkehed, price 2e. 6sto

Jot pulkehed, price 2e. 6sto

Jot pulkehed, price 2e. _ A Coloured Print of one Side of the MODEL of a COMMUNITY, as proposed by Robert Owen, Esq., "Being a combination of the most favourable eircvmstances, in conjunction with the latest discoveries in science and art, for creating wealth, for distributing we
14 May 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England