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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mon- day lastthe vessel was on her homeward voyage, beating up Channel, and apparently making for Tinta- gell or Bude Bay, on the Cornish coast, for which the north-west wind would have been favourable but for its extreme violence. At Subscribers-only content

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    goods of the officers, crew, and passengers. - The Royal Aibert, from Calcutta to London, has been wrecked in Bude Bay, Cornwall, with the loss of every soul on board. There are no details, because not a man survived to Subscribers-only content

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    and crdw of the RoyalAlbert" is the brief but painful telegram received hero this morning from the neighbourliood of Bude Bay, Cornwall, where the Royal Albert was wvrecled The argo still continues to be washed ashore all along the coast. Subscribers-only content

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    genco arrived of the loss of this vessel, bound from Cal- autta to London. The disaster took place in Bude Bay, Corawall, and the report states that every soul on board paerlhed. The captain's desk and writing materials were washed Subscribers-only content

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    Margin,), Bulk*- from St. Ajroe*,*, Geucntl Bnrfoine Parm-11 from Llanelly -The Good Intent, Thomas, tio.,. Padstow, war, lost in Bude Bay the stfdi iustant - crew drowned. HAYLE, Oct. 3. Arrived, the Marys, Grddnrortnv. r-tianix, laylor, Pr.,; niece, Jones, with Subscribers-only content

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    The Magnificent, Tooker, master, from Cyrli to abandon, with a generad outgo, was nearly lost on Wednesday se^i'ii«j4tf in Bude Bay, but by carrying a heavy press rif canvass an«i throwing her deck freight overboard, she was eiubled to weather Subscribers-only content

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    N.W ifU£SiS?JT* !? *, he eaStWard - In consequence of her gomg to the eastward she went ashore iv Bude Bay, and all hands were lost-Would a light on St. Ives Head be of iS where Wt^** ?" dai * Subscribers-only content

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    annoim*- loss of the sloop Edwin, of that m>r| un> "*' Richards, master. The ves;el wsmm ' ** in Bude Bay, on the night of Friday ?H Crew saved. ' • *W Last Wednesday the danifilu of woman named Kawlings, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the best in the neighbourhood, aad its western boundary is formed by the fine Clift' aad Coast of Bude Bay. There is an excellent House, with a coach-house, stable, walled gardeus, and all necessary outbuild- ings, situated in a Subscribers-only content

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    of the best in the neighbourhood, and its western boundary is formed by the fine Cliff and Coast of Bude Bay. There is an excellent House, with a coach-house, stable, wwed gardeus, and all necessary outbuild- ings, situated in a Subscribers-only content

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    <, and .tht; William, anmumx mnwJTwetm atf *mrttiSeg.~"Tw »cftuorier rnceuix; of Si. Ives. Tuomas master, which was wrecked in Bude Bay, on Friday last, and crew perished, the Master's lather was Captain uf tbe brig True Briton of St. Ive*. Subscribers-only content

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    in distress ; and refers to the loss of the William and Ann, of North Shields, at Mellook, in Bude Bay, on the 20th ult., as one instance out of many that bad come under his notice, where the want Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it abated. WRECK AT BUDE. During the night a large vessel neared Bude, and yesterday morning went ashore in Bude Bay. The rocket apparatus was brought into requisition, but owing to the force of the gale it was not until Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday tfle waters decreased. Weeck in Bude Bat.- The French schooner Anna, ol vamiee, foundered on Sunday evening in Bude Bay firing a violent north-west gale. She was hound from Swansea to i.x. J uc-feelle with coals, but the crew, Subscribers-only content

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    in the Evening Gazette a brief nar. ative of some of the fearful shipwrecks that have taken place in Bude Bay, with the view of exciting increased interest in the lifeboat work. One of these wrecks was witnessed by Dr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday last the vessel, being on her homeward voyage, was beating up Channel, and apparently making for Tintaxell or Bude Bay, on the Cornish coast, for which the north-east wind would have been favourable but for its extreme violence, and Subscribers-only content

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    sustaining the shock of the fearful weather which has prevailed during the past fortnight she was ultimately wrecked in Bude Bay, Cornwall. According to present accounts aU on board perished. The cargo was strewn about the beach, and the captain's Subscribers-only content

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    the Morning i> >.._ a brief narra- tive of some of the fearful shipwrecks that have taken place ia Bude Bay, with the view of exciting in.-reaaed interest; in the life-boat work. One of these wrecks was witnessed by Dr. Subscribers-only content

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    the Koyal Albert," is the brief but painful telegram received at Liverpool yesterday morning from the neigh- bourhood of Bude Bay, Cornwall, where the Royal Albert was wrecked. The cargo still continues to be washed ashore all along the coast. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ou Monday last, the vessel ws* on her homeware voyage, beating up Chcnnel, and apparently making for Tintagell or Bude Bay, on the Cornish coast, for which the north-west wind would have been favourable, but for its extreme \iolence. At Subscribers-only content

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