THE PLYMOUTH & CORNISH ADVERTISER, 16 September 1819

Notice is hereby given, to all Persons whom it may concern that Application is intended to be made to Parliament, in the ensuing Session, for leave to bring in a Bill, for making and maintaining one or more Navigable Cur or Cuts, Canal or Canals, together with certain Inclined Planes, Rail-roads, or Tramways, and Tunnels, from and out of the intended Canal from Bude, in the county of Cornwall, to Druxton Bridge, in the parish of Werrington, in the county of Devon, and from Druxton Bridge aforesaid, to a certain place called Morwellham Quay, on the river Tamar, in the parish of Tavistock, in the said County of Devon, with collateral Branches; and, that such Navigable Cut or Cuts, Canal or Canals, Inclined Planes, Rail-roads  or Tramways, and Tunnels, are intended to be made and pass into or through the several parishes following, or some of them, namely:- Werrington, in the county of Devon; St. Stephen's near Launceston, St. Mary Magdalene, Lawhitton, Lezant, Stoke Climsland, and Calstock, in the county of Cornwall, and Tavistock, in the county of Devon.
  WOOLLCOMBE and JAGO,
  Dated Septmeber 6th, 1819.  Solicitors.