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February 21, 1816 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Samuel Watt, now of Aldermanbury, London, merchant. Edward Menlove, of Milton-Mill, Salop, miller.— Levi Moses Fles, of Bury-Court, London, merchant. — Robert Metcalf, of Scar- borough, merchant. — James Rowlandson Hodgson, of Liverpool, merchant.— Robert Harwood, of Swansea, Gl
February 17, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

rALEJ\~IINEs-DAY. JJo tales of love to you 1 send, No hidden flame discover, 1 glory in the name of Friend, Disclaiming (hat of Lover : Ami now while each fond sighing youth Repeats his vowsof love and truth, Attend to this advice of mine — With caution choose a Valentine. Jlced
February 17, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Tuesday, Feb. IS. Mr. Homer observed tbat a suggestion had been thrown out (he did not know whether it was to sound the opinion of the House or not,") that a little loan might relieve us for one year: this would be a mere delusion ou the country. We must meet and face our embarr
February 24, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE,

LONDON GAZETTE,

SATUHQAY* February IT*. !, • [This Gazette contains an Order in Council staling that the Plague having appeared at Noya, and along the coast of the Adriatic, by ' which all vessels from suspected places bad been forced to quit the Neapolitan harbours, and would in -all probabili
February 24, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

PROPE«TY-TAX Mr. Baring requested to know, whether there was any troth in the report circulated in the coarse of the morning, that it was the intention of the Chancellor of the Exchequer to withdraw his mea- sure respecting the renewal of the Properly Tax. The Chancellor of the
February 24, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
-POSTSCRIPT.

-POSTSCRIPT.

England expects every man to do his duty. TRURO, Saturday, February^. Prince Leopold of Saxe Cobourg, the ; des- tined husband' of the Princess Charlotte, is ar- rived. He landed" at Dover on Monday night, and set off for London on Tuesday morning.. He is tall and well made, wit
February 24, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
BIRTHS. „. A * Penzaß «*» last week, Mrs. Dennis, wife of Mr. Ueunis, Banker, of a «xi. At Regent

BIRTHS. „. A * Penzaß «*» last week, Mrs. Dennis, wife of Mr. Ueunis, Banker, of a «xi. At Regent

Teraace, Penzance, Mrs. Nicholls, wife of Mr. R. Nicholls,of a daughter. At Lostwithielon Tuesday last, Mrs. Dowrick.of a son. . ' At Bodmin, on Wednesday, Mrs. Pendrav. of a son. *■ At St. Columb, last week, Mrs. D. Roberts of twins; and Mrs. J. Rowe, of Trevithick, of twins- M
February 10, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
COAST LIS!

COAST LIS!

FALMOUTH. rriby, Ftb. 2.— Wind S. W.— Arrived, the Llo;»d, l : anett, from Exeter. £a.'.vr.Vy.-Wi;:d 3. W.— Arrived, the ship ?? Capt. leng;ie, from London, J ;i deu with ?? bowed to Leghorn and Genoa, in a very leaky stai? ( hawing been obliged to throw part of her c.n.u overbo
February 10, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
BANKRUPTS

BANKRUPTS

From Tuesday Night's Gazelle, R.Adnam,jtin.of Leckhatnpstead, Berks, farmer. W.Adaam, of Midghaui, Berks, farmer. — R.Adnam, of Holey, Berks, brewer.— R. Collier, and J. Collier, of Liverpool, veterinary surgeons. — J. Beat, of Bartholomew-close, London, upholsterer. — G. Brown,
February 10, 1816 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England