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  • For Years: 1800 - 1849

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

21 Jul 1837

class were entered the Med ora of Penzance, Mr. Richards; Eclipse of Padstow, Mr. Avery; Sea-Gull Mr. Husking, and Arrow Mr. Carivick, both of Newquay. —ln the second class, Amphitrite Mr. Williams, and Ellen Mr. Trcdwin of Padstow ; and Stag Capt. F. Rogers

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

20 Sep 1839

Winchilsea’s advice, then called on I-ord Melbourne, who declared his ignorance of the subject, beyond his having been made acquainted with reports Lady Tavistock, and his having desired the lathes the Court to quiet, he himself not placing any belief in it.

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

1 Sep 1837

belief of which his Majesty thankfully appreciated in this his hour of need. i With the other hand his Majesty frequently covered his eves and pressed his brow, if to concentrate all his jiowers of devotion, and to restrain the warm emotions his heart, which

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

22 Apr 1809

and emulation. Names of Officers wounded. Amaranthe, Mr. Thomas Wickland, boatswain; Me. Tbimipsian, gunner—slightly,—Bompee, Mr. James Scott, master's mate: Mr. Thomas Mills, nod-hipin.in—slightly : Mr. John Bdevjan,gunner, slightly. Total seamen killed

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Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal

Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal Cornwall, England

19 May 1838

rounder. The poor creature ha* lost all his consequence, and distrusted even die warmest of his fr ends his petulance, his Mshue-S, Ids lack of common sense, and bis outrageously abusive tongue VmlhiMlrp sailor who had spent near y all bis dav* the blue

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Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal

Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal Cornwall, England

15 Jun 1839

in Berncr’e-etreet, where Mr. Allieon’e huMuen at ratried on. the epring of l«ifi Mre. went to Uamssate for the benefit of h«*r health. Mr, Aihaon re. uiainctl then, few il*J» and then relnmad to town. A few «lav» after Mr. Harman, who used visit the

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

6 Nov 1840

permission from Mr. SNELL, Corii-rnerchant, Newport, to make use of his name as having always experienced an immediate alleviation of pain, and a speedy recovery, fr»m their use. The ease of Mr. Snell, and that of others, are well known to Mr. CKing, Chemist

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

30 Nov 1838

siege of Herat being raised. The Schah, in conformity with the demand of Mr. had retired with his army from that city, and was already three days march on his way to Mooshid. Mr. M‘N» il was preparing to proceed immediately Tehe- ran. The principal issue

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

6 Jul 1838

attended hia Purse-bearer. The Lord Archbishop Armagh, in hi* Rochet. The laird of York, in his Rochet. The laird High Clianeellor attended by his Purse-bearer. The Lord Arrhbi-bop Canterbury, in his Roehet, attended two gentlemen. PRINCESSES OF THE BLOOD

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

31 May 1839

excellent Treasurer, and likewise that of Mr. Booth (loud cheer!). Mr. \V. M. Tweed*, who returned thanks for Mr. Booth well as himself, expressed the satisfaction fit in having his name codpled with that Mr. Booth, xnH on to remark upon the high station

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

3 Jan 1824

singularly retired habit* of Mr. Francis Tyrrel, the stranger guest at the original hostelrie of Mrs. Meg Dods, an invita- tion was sent to him in the names of tbe whole party to faror them with his company on an early day. During his visit he had an oppor-

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

12 Jan 1838

their com- i and Mrs. Gilbert, Mis. Reynolds Mrs. ] ; n, the Misses Staekhonso, Mr. and Mrs. ,• , Mr. and Mrs. H. Willyums, Miss Dmihus, Mrs. 'and Mr. Davies Gilliert, the Dike, Miss Andrew, Miss C’.irdew, Cant. Mrs. and iVssinpham, Mr. Vyvyan Robinson

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

4 May 1838

talents. His imagination was fertile,that he seemed really to believe the extraordinary fiction* which he delighted in telling. His economy, imv-t laudable in the early part of his life, when it enabled him from a small income, to pay his father’s debt*

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

1 Dec 1837

thought incongruous character for a lady. She was Keeper of tiie Privy Purse, Groom the Stole (laughter), and Lady the The Ladies the had then £I,OUO cadi—the Women of the Hcdchainbcr being paid each. Now, he that the Ladies of the r should have year, and

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Jan 1834

expedition to the Niger. It is Mr. Maegregor Laird, not Mr. Lander, as was previously staled, who bas arrived at Liverpool in the Columbine, one of the vessels of the ex- pedition, after encountering the late severe hur- ricane. Mr. Lander and Lieut. Allen

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Aug 1837

to congratulate his friends and huasclf on the glorious triumph they had achieved. During the delivery of this short speech, his lordship was disturbed a few hisses and groans from some of his opponents } but good humouredly desired his friends to take

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

14 Apr 1837

expenditure to provide for. Mr. Gillon withdrew his motion. Tobacco I), tv. A motion was made Mr. akt. to the effect that the duty upon tobacco should reduced from it* present amount :J>. a pound—to Is. The Inm. member supported his proportion tefcrence the

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

23 Mar 1838

the House of lairds. Mr. upon the faith some communication made him withdrew bis amendment; and Mr. Spur’s amendment, which would certainly have been carried if it had had fair play, was smothered. The first resolution was then agreed to. Mr. Uuytmrd in

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

19 May 1837

preacher: and of his powers that line many traditional anecdotes are yet preserved. Rut herein was his ruin. was followed, and flattered, and caressed, until his conceit rose above his judgment and his knowledge ; and from despising his ignorant and enthu

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Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal

Falmouth Express and Colonial Journal Cornwall, England

29 Sep 1838

contemplated” says Dr. Boase was first the imposition of engrossing labor it. his (Mr. Brougham’s) office, with so small a recompense.’’ Well, it so ; but remember that at that moment Mr. Brougham was not performing the duties of an apothecary, for theic existed

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