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Buenos Avre-, Jan. 6. — The Consequeutia is Sttinr out a. t: privateer; she is (p mount 20 gnus, and will have 2JJ ir.cn to board. The Independence is also preparing tor a crftisC, and will sail shortly. Di.At.. A nut. .7.— Came down from Ibe River yesterday, find sailed the Cam
April 29, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
COBBETT'S TRANSPORTATION.

COBBETT'S TRANSPORTATION.

Is PoaruPlNS now to America speeding, To bring up his Sons to a Barrister's breeding ? liis lessons at hone, without sailing so far, Bid fairly fur bringing them bath lo the 'lar. DICK DOCK. ■II I. I ?? ?? The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester are spend- ing the holidays at Bagshot
April 5, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
COBBETT.

COBBETT.

The following particulars relative to Cobbett, received yesterday from Hampshire, go to prove how little the Stamp Office demands, or the Suspen- sion of the Habeas Corpus Act, had to do with his ignominious and unprincipled flight : — '• The I'ffects ndverli-ed for Sale in the
April 10, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OLD BAILEY, Aran. 19.

OLD BAILEY, Aran. 19.

"The trial* of Saturday were uninteresting.— la the morning, Mr. Richard Goihome Bull was po-t to (he Bar, and tlie Counsel tor the i'ii.set-uun.l moved lhat the Prisoner sii.dld be detained in c'l-f-.dy to ans.ver the charges of libel agurnct bin., until Ihe Alt-Hrne-} Gencii.t
April 21, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
At.MACK'S HJLT..

At.MACK'S HJLT..

At. MACK'S HJLT.. Decidedly the most splendid Ball of fhe season was given at Willis's Booms, in Ring-street, St. James's-square, on Wednesday evening. At eleven o'clock the dancing was led oil by Count Bov^kllls aud Miss I'-LPiiiNSTONi- MerCer. Next followed — Captain Crawforo V
April 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
| CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES. 1

| CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES. 1

! castt.e of li.yssis. fountain ok arvtmusa, kc.kc. EXinACT Of A Lf-TTER FROM A BRITI H OFFICER AT CCRPC, DATES FEB. I. " Our antiquarians ("or we have some not ong us) may be right oi wrong iv iheir nss:g>,ir.er.t of the antiquities of litis country. However, I ii.i.sl ii, i. n
April 18, 1817 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TRURO,

TRURO,

FRIDAY, April 4. The London Papers of last night contain an account ofa most extraordinary and horrible plot, equalling in iniquity, tlie "worst features of the French Revolution; and, in fact, dis- tinguished, like that ever to-be lameuted oc- currence, for the union of irrelig
April 5, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

From Tuesday Sights Gazette. Thos. Williams of Claitis, Worcester, victualler. Ro'. ert Brounson, of Manchester, calico manu- facturer.— Francis Sadler, of Wilinslow, Chester, calico manufacturer.— Thus Hall and John Malkin, of Cumptou, Derby, coach makers. — Win. Cooper, late o
April 5, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
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FALMOUTH. Saturday, April 19,-r-VVind N.— Arrived, the Fox cutter, Lieut. Rogers, from a cruise ; and ihe Hind cutter, from Plymouth. . Sailed, the Isabella, Weatherhead, for Shields.; the Pyramus, Leno, and the Enierpnze, Hoekin**, for London; the Hee v Lloyd, for Catdigan; the
April 26, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
#oetr#.

#oetr#.

TThe unfortunate termination of Lord Amherst's Kmbassy to China, reminds us bf. Mr. Jekyll's Verses. on lhat of Lord MacartneyVwfeirb were printed matiy years ago, and perhaps fro similarity ,of the two catastrophes ma,v apologize to our Headers for a re-pub 1 Station.] FREE TRA
April 26, 1817 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England