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traqrs nt ENGLISH KINGS.:

traqrs nt ENGLISH KINGS.:

THEIR CRUELTY, RAPACITY, AND PROFLIGACY: THEIR TOTAL UNFITNess TO RULE JUSTLY, AND PROTAIOTE THE HAPPINESS OF THEIR SUBJECTS. (Brighton Patriot.) MARCUS AURELIUS observed, that mankind would be so happy when philosophers were kings. He was himself a philosopher—a great and good
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
Now publishing, in Six Parts, at Sixperce each, or neatly bound in cloth, at 31. 6d. THE LIFE AND TIMES

Now publishing, in Six Parts, at Sixperce each, or neatly bound in cloth, at 31. 6d. THE LIFE AND TIMES

OF MILTON: comprising his Personal History. lity 'WILLIAM CARPENTER. •,,* The object of this work is to make Milton more fully known as a prose writer; to detail those extraordinary events, under the Monarchy, the Commonwealth, and the Restoration, which called forth the energie
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. IRISII CHURCH BILL. On Monday, in the House (4 - L -- crds, Lord Melhourn mow d that

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. IRISII CHURCH BILL. On Monday, in the House (4 - L -- crds, Lord Melhourn mow d that

theif lores')ips into mfli. mit- - e on the Church of Iteldnd lill—a - .4117e same time"ornrilly commutileatint his Majesty'igssent to ; tt.ts of the bill as affected the interests of fie Crov , r. The House having tome into committee, Lord Lyndhurst moved various amendmews, alt
30 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
R.kDICAL Ass()ClfaloN

R.kDICAL Ass()ClfaloN

A PUBLIC MEE o the above Asscciatien 4—.1- will be held at the Canterbu-v Arrni, Upper Marsh, Marsh Cate, Lambeth, on Wodnesday Evrniti?.: neat. The Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock prerisaly. Siibj n.ci salty of the Work ing- Mm's Club. W Hill, 'Pe. BOOKSELLERS' AND VRND‘)RS'
30 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A MILEY COOPER'S BOTANICAL PURIFYING PILLS are established by thirty years' experience, and are always made use of at several

A MILEY COOPER'S BOTANICAL PURIFYING PILLS are established by thirty years' experience, and are always made use of at several

public Hospitals, as the most successful treatment for Gonorrhcea, Gleets, Strictures, and all Venereal Disorders, curing, in the short space of a few days, with ease and secresy, by one small pill for a dose; their operation is imperceptible, not requiring confinement, or the s
20 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
1 LITERATURE.

1 LITERATURE.

An Address on the Necessity of an Extension of Moral and Political Instruction among the Working Classes. By the lute R. Detrosier. With a Memoir of the Author. Wakelin, London. Ii we bad not known the late lamented Mr. Detrosier from report, nor perused the brief memoir of his
02 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE UNJUST SENTENCE.

THE UNJUST SENTENCE.

A PUBLIC DINNER will take place at White 4-11- Conduit House, on Monday. April 25th, in celebration of the remission of the seetenee on the Dorchester Labourers, and in commemoration of the moral power displayed by the winking classes of London in their great procession, April,
02 April 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. THE IRtsfl CORPORATION:S.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. THE IRtsfl CORPORATION:S.

TfIE H.?iise of Lords wits on Monday occupied With the discussion of the Commons' auwnolo ets upon their Lordships' amendments in the Irih c‘irporations Bill. Lori Melbourne began by refoi.t-mending the Commons' amendments to their 1-rd ships. He said that the Lords had sent tI
02 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOWER HAMLETS' RADICAL ASSOCIATION. THE Subject for Discussion next Tuesday Evening will be the propriety of the Working Classes subscribing

TOWER HAMLETS' RADICAL ASSOCIATION. THE Subject for Discussion next Tuesday Evening will be the propriety of the Working Classes subscribing

to the Monument proposed to be erected to the memory Of the late William Cobbett. .To commence at 8 precisely, at the Pewter Platter, White Lion-street, Norton Falgate. P.S. The inhabitants of the more remote parts of the Tower Hamlets are informed that the Committee will sit ev
02 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England