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FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, tl>e Exchange, Plymouth, on Tuesday, 7th February next, at Twelve o’clock. j£" The New Plantation-built

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, tl>e Exchange, Plymouth, on Tuesday, 7th February next, at Twelve o’clock. j£" The New Plantation-built

BRIG CAROLINE 272 TONS REGISTER, Now lying at Mr. Hockin’s Yard, Stonehouse, Dimensions—Length 96 ft. 9 in.; Breadth 25 ft.; Depth 17th ft. This vessel is remarkably strong, copper-fastened, takes the ground well, carries large cargo, and is well calculated for the West India or
04 February 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
19s. to 245.

19s. to 245.

MINING INTELLIGENCE Quantity Copper ore sold, 3731 tons.. Average Produce, B|.. Quantity of fine Copper, tons, 14 cwt*.. Amount of Sale, .£*22,041. IBs. Od. Avcrape Standard, 13s.
10 March 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE FORGING OF THE ANCHOR.

THE FORGING OF THE ANCHOR.

Come see the Dolphin's anchor forg’d ’tis at white heat now : The bellow* ceased. decreased : tbough on the forge’s brow, The little flames still fitfully P'ay through thesable mour.d ; And fitfully you still may see lie grim smiths ranking round, Alidad io leathern panoply, •.h
10 March 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

The Hcnae resolved into Committee, ami the consideration of schedule was resumed. The r'maiding items for the metropolitan districts were adopted. Uuliuu, Bradford, &c. followed. Sir Georgf. Murray said, it being avowed that, in the case of Birmingham, population had been taken
10 March 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Silver Edged

Silver Edged

le, bring for thr Btne~ n prising tiiflc and dessert dish- 8 or 4, and pairs of handsomely cut finger ret jugs, and bandied water jugs, tumbt, and wine glasses of pattern salts ; sugsr ith neat glasses, and articles. liable epergnes, ofeleanents, and richly cut quarc and round c
04 February 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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Execution of the Rioters at Bristol.

Execution of the Rioters at Bristol.

At an early hour on Friday morning, extensive preparations were made for carrying into effect the sentence of the law on Christopher Davis, William Clarke, Thomas Gregory, and Joseph Kayse, four the condemned rioters who had been left for execution this city under the late Speci
04 February 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IMBER 12.

IMBER 12.

AT ONE O’CLOCK, rent. Stock —ljf londs lucr Bills 27 muities sea Slock 9XA this day at 5 per cent in 6 per cent uese per cent 26 27 48* 3}dia. 5 percent 5 percent 17 te market continues in remained on Monday, at any alteration to nal. There has been I, but nothing done. n of the
15 December 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LAW.

LAW.

Arturs Coiikt. —Sittings appointed in Michaelmas Term 1832.—First Session, Friday, November ; second Session, Saturday, November third Session, Monday, November 19, fourth Session, Tuesday, November By-day, Wednesday, December llcfore Sir J. Nicholl. Admiralrv Court. —Sillings a
03 November 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MAKKFTS

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL MAKKFTS

NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL m. d. d. Beef, prime . 6 *i 8 I Veal Mutton, do 3 4 3 10 | Pork 4 3 10 4 RAW HIDES. Best Heifers tnd Steers I Ordinary la (per stone) 2* 4d to 2s 8d I Market Calf 6s 4to Middlings Is 10J 3 0d | Downs . It PRICE TALLOW. SOAP, fce V 113 ft Town Tallow . 6rt G
03 November 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DEVONPORT:

DEVONPORT:

Published bt/the Proprietors, SOPER and RICHARDS, So. 70, St. Aubyn-street 9 where all CtemunicatUns should be addressed. Agents : Plymouth, Mr, ROWE, Bookseller, Whiwpls street. Stonehouse, Mr. NEWCOMBE, booAsrttet Edgcumbe-sireet.' London, Mess. NEWTON aad War wick-square i Mr
03 November 1832 - Royal Devonport Telegraph, and Plymouth Chronicle - Plymouth, Devon, England