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KENRINGTON. A Public Meeting will be held at the Catherine Wheel, Church-street, on Monday evening next, Sept. 5, 1836, to

KENRINGTON. A Public Meeting will be held at the Catherine Wheel, Church-street, on Monday evening next, Sept. 5, 1836, to

discuss the Question—is the Bill known as Sturges Bourne's, beneficial or injurious to the community 1
03 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
MILTON ON TITHES, CHURCH-RATES, ase New publishing, price Bd., 4 1 3 pages foolscap Bvo. THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO REM(

MILTON ON TITHES, CHURCH-RATES, ase New publishing, price Bd., 4 1 3 pages foolscap Bvo. THE LIKELIEST MEANS TO REM(

HIRELINGS OUT OF THE CHURCH. Wher discoursed of, Tithes, Church Fees, and Church Itevenues .vhether any Maintenance of Ministers can be settled by By JOHN MILTON. This is a cheap and neat reprint of the immortal nervously-written and ably-reasoned tract. It should be e: lively d
03 September 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH STREET.

LAMBETH STREET.

SEDUCTION, CRIM. CON., AND VIOLENT ASSAULT. —James Whitworth was charged with violently assaulting Charles Gregory, a journeyman painter, under singular circumstances :—The complainant, a very tall and singular looking personage, who bore marks of severe punishment, stated that,
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
'ialtettlp iOaltrt Galtttr.

'ialtettlp iOaltrt Galtttr.

Galtttr. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. state of things in Spain wears a new and gratifying aspect. We have to rejoice not only at the fevourable position in which the cause of liberal government stands in that country, but also at the probability which now appears of the longcontinued and
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CHEAP GUIDE. Only Sixpence, published at One and Sixpence. THE STEAM COMPANION, to Gravesend, Margate, Ramseate, and Broadstairs ;

A CHEAP GUIDE. Only Sixpence, published at One and Sixpence. THE STEAM COMPANION, to Gravesend, Margate, Ramseate, and Broadstairs ;

with a brief Description of every Subject of interest on the River, with 30 Beautiful Engravings on Wood, by the late J. W. Bonner. London: Wakelin, Shoe-lane, Fleet-street ; and all Booksellers.
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE LAW ENDOWED CHURCHES. Just published, in small octavo, price One and Sixpence, in boards A N ABRIDGMENT o f

THE LAW ENDOWED CHURCHES. Just published, in small octavo, price One and Sixpence, in boards A N ABRIDGMENT o f

HO WITT's POPULAR ' -11- HISTORY OF PRIESTCRAFT. In Two Parts. PART I. —On False and Corrupt Religions, generally. Chap. L—Pagan Priesthoods. I Chap. 3.—The Popish Priest.. Chap. 2.—The Jewish Priest- I hood. hood. PART IL—Of the English Church. Chap. I.—Origin and Character Cha
27 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO OPERATIVE MMIFfINISTS, ENGINEERS, EITLEWRIGUTS, SMITHS, FOUNDERS, &c., &c., OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND. FELLOW WORKMEN,—Sinoe the inning of last week'S

TO OPERATIVE MMIFfINISTS, ENGINEERS, EITLEWRIGUTS, SMITHS, FOUNDERS, &c., &c., OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND. FELLOW WORKMEN,—Sinoe the inning of last week'S

report, Messrs. Miller and Ravenhill have discharged their workmen, about eighty in number, without giving them a moment's notice, for not consenting to work from six o'clock in the morning till ten at night, for common day time. You will perceive what subterfuges our late emplo
30 July 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GREEK LOAN BILL.

THE GREEK LOAN BILL.

The Greek ',Dan Bill passed through a cemmittee of the Lolds on Tuesday; the Duke of WellingtoL obseriog, with respect to it, that the proper course for this Govz.rnment to have followed would have been to induce Russia to consent, by negociation ; llad that course been taken, i
20 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE LATE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES OF PLATE have induced RIPPON and CUTTS, of Wellsstreet, Oxford-street, to manufacture a substitute for silver.—

THE LATE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES OF PLATE have induced RIPPON and CUTTS, of Wellsstreet, Oxford-street, to manufacture a substitute for silver.—

Their British Plate is more durable, and requires the strictest scrutiny to distinguish it from silver, at prices less than one half usually charged. Table Spoons and Forks, fiddle handle l6s per doz. Dessert do. and do. 14s Tea do G3 King's Pattern Table Spoonsand Forks 48s Des
20 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
STATE PENSIONS

STATE PENSIONS

FALLING GUI THIS WESS• (Weekly True Sun.) Croker, Rosamond Dundas, Wm., James F., and John B. . 5 0.. 32d Ditto Errol, Eliz., Countess Dowager.. 276 10 0 .. 35th Ditto Ernst, Charlotte . Fleming, Jean Fleming, Elizabeth Fleming, Catherine .. ...... Fowles, Dame Margaret .... Gif
20 August 1836 - Cleave's Weekly Police Gazette - London, London, England