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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    the most alarming apprehensions for his safety. Some of the boatmen, who had been in search of him, came to Portreath, and identified the body to be that of the unfortunate officer.-It appears that, several years ago, he was wounded Subscribers-only content

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    aesiona. \VRECKx Or TvE NeIL STEAMER -We regret to have to report the total loss of the steamer Nile, near Portreath, Corrnwall, commanded by Captain Moppett. Site left Liverpool on Tuesdav week for Lrn- don. Os the succeeding day and Subscribers-only content

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    with the vessel. The a rest of the crew got into a boat, but on nearing I the beach at Portreath they were upset in the surf, c s and one of the men was drowned, making a total loss Subscribers-only content

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    from Swan- g the sea to Nantes, with coals and copper, foundered yesterday by cen morning about twenty-five miles off Portreath, on the Sc i c- north-east coast of Cornwall, Ten of her crew and the or toe engineer's wie Subscribers-only content

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    proceed to Malta to-day from Portland. ALLEGED DMURDER BY A CAPTAIN.-At 'the Isle of Wight Petty Sessions, on Saturday2 David Portreath master of the Cornish fishing lugger Naomi, was remanded on a charge of the wilful murder of James Davis, Subscribers-only content

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    The entrance to Portreath, Cornwall., 1814

    entrance to Portreath, Cornwall. [boat/ship, harbour/port] A man seated on a wall in foreground and another beside him, watching a ship at sea, tilting to left near the entrance to a narrow harbour; a group of figures standing on a


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