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THE ARISTOCRACY AT H

THE ARISTOCRACY AT H

IER TRADING. A Wan CAT.---During the latter part of last week and the beginning of the present, a good deal of excitement has existed in the neighbourhood of Knightsbridge. About three o'clock on Saturday morning, as police constable Jones T 55, was passing through South-place,
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ser • , • ta 0" ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, Ate.

ser • , • ta 0" ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, Ate.

ser • , • ta 0 " ser‘7^- NAMPTO; COURT PALACE, noble and once splendid edifice, its park, gar. dens, and labyrinth, has been a good deal visited this season by "the natives," but as to foreigners, whether lively or dull, condescending to look at such things in England, it was not
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARKET. Urpeth PI itnrose Brathlyll'a Hetton Haswell Wallstml Hilton 225 61 Russell's Helton 0113 H art lepool 94 Gordon South

ARKET. Urpeth PI itnrose Brathlyll'a Hetton Haswell Wallstml Hilton 225 61 Russell's Helton 0113 H art lepool 94 Gordon South

Durham Tees Norwood .... 2os Od Blyth Cowpen Oil Kisecar Nethermu . 205 04
17 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.

THINGS WORTH KNOWING.

BEST WATER FOR TEA.-Rain water, when pure, is very soft, and, on that account, ought to be selected for the making of all infusions, such as tea, since the solvent powers of water are great in proportion to its freedom from earthy salts. TO PREVENT THE SPROUTING OF ONIONS DURING
01 October 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Oct. 15, S. Brown, Tealby. L'ncolnshire, grocer —Oct. 0, J. Galley, Wheelock, Cheshire, corn-dealer—Oct. 15, J. 0. N. Rutter, Lymingtnn, Southampton, wine-merchant—Oct. 20. J. Cunningtou, Ben.. and J. Cunnington, jun., Spalding, Lincolnshire, ironinongers —Oct. 20, A.. Davis, Ar
01 October 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF FLOUR AND BREAD. Town made, per sack. 43s to 48s I Essex and Suffolk ... 38s to 40s

PRICES OF FLOUR AND BREAD. Town made, per sack. 43s to 48s I Essex and Suffolk ... 38s to 40s

Seconds The highest price in the Metropolis is Bd. for the 41b. Loaf. Good Bread may be had at
01 October 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHEAP CLOTHING, at 92 and 93, Fleet-street.— SWAIN and CO: beg to direct the attention of Gentionew to the following

CHEAP CLOTHING, at 92 and 93, Fleet-street.— SWAIN and CO: beg to direct the attention of Gentionew to the following

list of their (cash) prices for Clothes made (,1W •bast West of ,England Cloths:— A Suit of Superfine Clothes, made from Medley Colours 4if 5. Ditto, of Blue or Black .. Ditto, of Imperial Saxon • g c A Plain Suit of Li ver y ....... ............ 4 And every'other ar ticle equal
01 October 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MEAT. POULTRY. Beef Mutton Veal 3s 8d to 4s 8d Cbickens(couple)43 fid to 6s Od Perk:.. Lamb

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MEAT. POULTRY. Beef Mutton Veal 3s 8d to 4s 8d Cbickens(couple)43 fid to 6s Od Perk:.. Lamb

53 Od to 55 tkl Geese 35 6d to 5s Od
01 October 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
BIGAMY.

BIGAMY.

Robert Sams, aged 24, was indicted for feloniously marrying Catherine Hamblin, his own Keziah being alive. Elizabeth Mortimor. of Seynr3ur-place, Portland-square, stated thpt she knew the prisoner. On the 6th of July, 1833 she was present at Paddington Church when he was married
24 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England