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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1lcciuba to hlim o1' lile to Hecuba ?" What motive has h!e, or wrliat ground of passion that he should Cleave the general ear with horrid speech, And, like a whore, unpack hisheart wiib wonvder !" None in. the world, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this display shall supply what must necessarily form our final extract.- A Spanish Soldier. Downwith them,comratlO5! seize upon those lap5l Cleave yen bald-pated shavling to the chin . His rosary's of gold ! Lutheran Soldier. Revenge! Revenge! Plunder hereafter, but Subscribers-only content

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    Tiraven. -llepse4.are the richi and proud of spirit. Lay up store in the 'wlek' and ..place; thy trust innmuch land. Cleave to the thines of this world. Feast ye, and clothe in rich raiment. Grasp all, and give it to Subscribers-only content

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    Mo- numnent-The " Hells" and the Illumination-Sir William Jones-Proceedings at the House of the UnreDresented-Speeches of Messrs. Gale Jones, Osborne, Cleave, &c., on the Libeiation of the Press, &c. '-The People will disencumber themselves of all the antiquated, expensive, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the philosophy of language. (Cheers.) Deleg-ates from various other towns addressed the meeting, as did also Mr. Watson and bMr. Cleave. The Rev. Mr. M'Connell moved the adoption of an address to the governments of Europe and America, wilicht had Subscribers-only content

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    Browne. ^ - '- ' *' '- "slls...... ' Mr. J. M. A: Courtenay, 9, Jermyn-st. Mr. Rogrsiih-alreet, Bloomsbury. MIC Cleave; Shoe.lane,: '" , zl r ', T.aiaes' 'Co. h''u-s, ,ley. Mr. Coddington; 3U W-iddleton.street, " ' :street. Somers'Atawn. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    v. Garside and Mosley, 714, 747. Shirley v. Jacobs; Pocock v.- Mason ; Chalmers v. Shackell and others; TbeAttorney-General v. Cleave, 715. Montana v. Hall; The King v. Franceys; v. Laporte, 730. Lord Brougham's farewell to the Court of Chancery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liberty should give their aid in procuring for them a wide circulation and a careful reading."-Sacred Star. London: Wakelin (late Cleave), I Shoe lane, Fleet street; and all Booksellers. Published by Longman & Co., A T R E A T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of all Nations, at 14 Charlotte street, Fitzroy square, and may be had there, and of the Agents, Wakelin (late Cleave, I Shoe lasse, Fleet street; Psirkess, Old Compton street, Soho.; Cousins, IS Duke street, Lincoln's inn fields; 126 Strand; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to prove that it belonged to Cleave, for shortly afterwards Cleave came forward and paid the amount of penalty for which these goods were seized, and it was hardly fair to suppose that Cleave would have paid such a sum Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be shot."] Mr WAXLEY wished to know from his Majesty's Attorney- General under what act of parliament a man named Cleave had been convicted for selling unstamped newspapers; and under what act of parliament the officers were justified in seizing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the total repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers, and also for the remission of the sentence on Hetiserington and Cleave. At three o'clock Dr Wade was called to the chair, which was placed on the summit of Primrose hill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had in the bag he refiused to answer. He knew the pri- soner to be in the employment of Mr Cleave, and he should, therefore, leave the case in the hands of the magistrate.-Sir J. Key asked the prisoner if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flume, Esq., H.P. "T'Ihis admirable treset should be read and extensively rirco. laced by evenv lover of his country."-Constsmtutinal. London: Cleave, Shon lane, First street; svhere all the Cheap Publications are coustantip on sale. The Trade supplied BECK'S JURISPRUDENCE. Just Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evidence that the stanchest Radicals feel the prudence of upholding the present Government. At a dinner to Messrs Hletherington and Cleave, to celehrate~the reduction of the Newspaper Stamnp Duty, Mr Wakley, the-Radrcal representative of the most Radical constituency in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place on Vondaj evening at White Conduit House, given by the friends of a free press t9 Messrs Hetherington and Cleave, to testify their approbation of t'h efforts of these individuals to establish an unstamped circulation of in, telligence. Colonel Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIAMENTARY RETURN OF THE STAMPS 'URNISRED TO THrt PRINCIPAL DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. TITLEs OF THI NEwSPAPrRns. Jan. Feb. March. Age . . 1-2,000 14,000 12,000 Athenlrum . . . . _- 1,009 1] ,o Atlas . . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lon- don Working Men's Association, have been formedin Huddersfield, Brad- ford, Halitax, and other towns in Yorkshire. Messrs Vincent and Cleave, from London, have been present at the public meetings held in these various places for the purpose of forwarding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the WORK ING MEN'S ASSOCIA- TION on the subject of NATIONAL EDUJCATION. "Allclassres should read these important documents.". London: Cleave, Shoe lane, Fleet street; and all lsoekellees.1 DRESS COATS cut in the first style of fashion, 35s. Superfine, 40s. Subscribers-only content

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    and social, &c. he. L ondon J. Watson, 1i Cits' road, Fit obury squnre, sold at Hethering- ton's, 120i Strand; Cleave, 1 Shoe lane, Fleet street: Feekess, Compton street- Clements, Lsttle Pulteney street; Clarke, Wacwek lane, Pater- noster rose; Reysrood. Subscribers-only content

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