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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brother | some white twine, at tihe cnd of which was a bent pin. and told him to go to Gwavas Qaax and carch a red fish. Witness found her brother on ihe quay, and, approaching behind himn, pusihed him Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL. CUMBERLAND. I A CASE of POISONING has occurred at Carlisle, by which t a Mrs. Mary Thompson lost her life. Her husband is in t custody on suspicion of having administered arsenic to the E unfortunate woman. YORKQSIItIE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ewly andPaul, - that as the Strawberry fishing boat, of Newlyn, was coming - in to her moorings, in Gwavas lake, Mount 's Bay, in cons. pany with some other fishing boats, a most violent and sudden squall came Subscribers-only content

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    said l that once whe,, the French fleet passed by Mounts Bay the women, dressed in red cloaks, stood on Gwavas head to appear like soldiers. Is this , mere legend: or did the story of Lord Cawdor induce the Subscribers-only content

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    ENGLAND. The Society or Friends and Capital Punishments. - \\t understand that the question of capital punishments was discussed at great length on Wednesday last, in the yearly meeting of the Society of Friends. The society has long been Subscribers-only content

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    M**razion •;- 1 1 o Grenfell, Miss, ditto 1 1 0 Gundrv, Mc J. Golds! iVo'ie' L, I © i Gwavas, Miss, Penzance o 7 o tion t '.. r .-, m,..j 0 k«, .Si._ve» o i o Gray, - Subscribers-only content

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    late Capt. Quash, R.N. At Gunwalloe, on Saturday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Wm. Cornish, shipwright, aged 25 years. At Gwavas, Sithney, on Sunday last, Mr. Thos. Prior, farmer, aged 72 years. At Point, near Hayle, on the 25th ult., Subscribers-only content

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    home consumption. The drift boat catches on Monday night were small. The fish appear to have gone in deep water. Gwavas. - Grade - On Friday last the Cadgwith scans enclosed about 200 hhds. of pilchards, but on account of Subscribers-only content

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    By Mr. CORJttSLD, PENRYN. ON Monday, the 20th September instant, the Live and Dead STOCK, fa:., of Mr. John Randle, Gwavas Farm, Parish of Grade, at Two. On Tursday, the 21st, the Live and Dead STOCK, &c., of Mr. Richard Subscribers-only content

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    Mr George Austen, of St Feock. BECKERLEG- CHIRfittIN' - At Madron, June 2*. by the Rev J Jones Mr James Gwavas Beckerleg, to Ellen Maria, youngest daughter of Mr Richard Chirgwin, both of I'enzance. ENGLAND-TkEBILCOCK- At St. Columb Minor. Jnne Subscribers-only content

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    r-ery bmwtiful and extensive ■-■':- Cmstieh Channel, situated near vi.Ehy PRIVATE CONTRACT, •'••-sitiiule and Inheritance of the i . r GWAVAS, ",'' Crude, in the occupation of v Ayattra, whose Term will /■eat Miilttietmns, 1^32. : .oi.d f)wellin<r-Housc, Barn, •'b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Scilly ; Commodore, Russell, from Bristol ; Mounts Bay, Badcock. from Cork; and Fanny, Pell, from Fowey ; in Gwavas Luke, a schooner name unknown said to be from Dartmouth. Sailed, Nimble, Pindar, for Fowey ; Mayflower, Henley, for Subscribers-only content

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    had tbe station in this bay for many years, preferred the anchorage S.E. of the Gear rock to that in Gwavas lake? And it is my opinion, that if a volcanic eruption were to cause the formation of tuch a Subscribers-only content

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    Company's department in the above exhibition. Collision. - On Monday last the Grace Darling,(rotn Neath bound to Plymouth, was entering Gwavas lake for the purpose of coining into Penzance Pier to be repaired, hay ing sprung a leak ; she Subscribers-only content

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    81 years ; and on tbe 4th inst., the wife of Mr. James Cheg wid- en, aged 42 years. At Gwavas, Sithney, on the 31st Dec, Ann, the wife of Mr. J. Pengilley, aged 48 years. j On the sth Subscribers-only content

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    P.egennis; Mr. William Rowe, Kerris ; Mr. William Chirgwiu, Penzance. Overseers - Air. William Curnow, Pencoln ; Mr. William Kneebone, Gwavas ; Mr. Philip Tonkin, Newlyn ; Mr. Henry Richards' Mousehole. Assessors re-elected - Mr. Martin Wright, Mouse- hole ; Subscribers-only content

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    its close, which was as ro- -44 ni'intic as its roininencement. An American V vessel broke from her anchorage in Gwavas " Lake, and striking against' the stage, demo- " lishrd the machinery, and thus put an end to " Subscribers-only content

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    of a Breakwater fo _ Gwavas .Lake in Mount's Bay, extend 1 one mile into the sea from Penlee Point •** nt * l » tion towards St. Michael's Mount wa, J? * *'■* of and recommended hy the late Subscribers-only content

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    well de- serves to be regarded as an undertaking of great national interest and importance. On the motion of J. Gwavas Beckerleg, Esq. seconded by Warwick Oben Gurney, Esq. Resolved, That the information given to this Meeting by the deputation Subscribers-only content

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    Hegh Eddy Stephens ; being the sixth child he has lost by death « ithin the last 18 months. At Gwavas, io the parish of Sithney, on the 10th inst, Mrs. Ann Roberts, aged 76 years. At Callestock, Perranzabuloe, on Subscribers-only content

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